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Messiah: An ITS drive safety application

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This article describes a novel safety application based on the open source navigation software OsmAnd, which runs on the Android platform. The application offers vehicles with "smart navigation", and maintains a network of the vehicles that use our application. The process of network creation and maintenance is important as our application enables vehicles to communicate with one another to exchange useful information. The main function of the application is to inform vehicles of relevant vehicles approaching, termed as "administrative vehicles" in this article, and include ambulances, police cars and fire brigades. Based on the received information, our application notifies the driver, who can now take navigation decisions based on it. While developing the application, problems were found when attempting to create an Ad-hoc network. A solution to the problem of managing the Ad-hoc network has been proposed and is under development.
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ITS, VANET, Mobile Application, Android, Navigation, Software, Ad-Hoc Network

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Patra, Subhadeep, Sergio M Tornell, Carlos T Calafate, Juan-Carlos Cano, and Pietro Manzoni. 2014. “Messiah: An ITS Drive Safety Application.” In XXV Jornadas De Paralelismo, 409–413.
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Patra, S., Tornell, S. M., Calafate, C. T., Cano, J.-C., & Manzoni, P. (2014). Messiah: An ITS drive safety application. XXV Jornadas de Paralelismo (pp. 409–413). Presented at the XXV Jornadas de Paralelismo.
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Patra S, Tornell SM, Calafate CT, Cano J-C, Manzoni P. Messiah: An ITS drive safety application. XXV Jornadas de Paralelismo. 2014. p. 409–13.
MLA
Patra, Subhadeep, Sergio M Tornell, Carlos T Calafate, et al. “Messiah: An ITS Drive Safety Application.” XXV Jornadas De Paralelismo. 2014. 409–413. Print.
@inproceedings{8520278,
  abstract     = {This article describes a novel safety application based on the open source navigation software OsmAnd,
 which runs on the Android platform. The application offers vehicles with {\textacutedbl}smart navigation{\textacutedbl}, and maintains a network
 of the vehicles that use our application. The process of network creation and maintenance is important as
 our application enables vehicles to communicate with one another to exchange useful information. The main
 function of the application is to inform vehicles of relevant vehicles approaching, termed as {\textacutedbl}administrative
 vehicles{\textacutedbl} in this article, and include ambulances, police cars and fire brigades. Based on the received 
 information, our application notifies the driver, who can now take navigation decisions based on it. While developing
 the application, problems were found when attempting to create an Ad-hoc network. A solution to the problem of managing the Ad-hoc network has been proposed and is under development.},
  author       = {Patra, Subhadeep and Tornell, Sergio M and Calafate, Carlos T and Cano, Juan-Carlos and Manzoni, Pietro},
  booktitle    = {XXV Jornadas de Paralelismo},
  isbn         = {\unmatched{0009}978-84-697-0329-8},
  keyword      = {ITS,VANET,Mobile Application,Android,Navigation,Software,Ad-Hoc Network},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Valladolid, Spain.},
  pages        = {409--413},
  title        = {Messiah: An ITS drive safety application},
  year         = {2014},
}