Vehicle Talks to IoT for Better Driving Experience

Alanazi Yunus Ali S, Alsalem Hussain


Internet of vehicles (IoV), or vehicles to everything (V2X), is a relatively new concept for all vehicles connected to the internet. In this paper, we propose a solution to the problems of traffic congestion. Road traffic congestion has continued to be a major problem in many developed countries. This concept shows the place or location traffic congestion occurs at the time of rainfall, the position of the data based on GPS, and the sensors in the vehicle. The sensors in vehicles are used to collect information for the purpose of evaluating traffic congestion through cloud server via protocols such as CoAP and MQTT. At the beginning of the study, the authors introduced the problems and then proposed a solution.


Effectiveness Evaluation, Practice Improvement, Substance Abusers, Peer Support

Full Text:



Ovidiu, V & Peter, F. (2014). Internet of Things from Research and Innovation to Market Deployment, River Publishers.

Ovidiu, V. & Peter, F. (2016). Internet of Things Connecting the Physical, Digital and Virtual Worlds, River Publishers.

Vipin, J., Alshlesh, S. & Lakshminarayanan, S. (2012). Road Traffic congestion in the Developing World, New York University.

Edward, C., Osamu, O., Hiroshi, W., Masao, K. & Morita, H. (2005). Effect of rain on Travel Demand and traffic Accidents.

Hideki, K., Keiji, F. & Yasuhiro, F. (1989). Automatic Wiper Controller Using Optical Rain Sensor.



Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Open Science Journal (OSJ) is multidisciplinary Open Access journal. We accept scientifically rigorous research, regardless of novelty. OSJ broad scope provides a platform to publish original research in all areas of sciences, including interdisciplinary and replication studies as well as negative results.