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Wi-Fi Traffic Enforcement System (WiTE)

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ABSTRACT

This paper proposes a single integrated traffic enforcement system that is able to recognize and report various traffic violations. It consists of a Wi-Fi infrastructure that enables communication between moving vehicles and a central node. Unlike existing solutions, which address single violations, the proposed model encompasses several issues like exceeding speed limits, entering a no entry street, car theft, congestion and tolling. OPNET simulations were run to test the Wi-Fi model and define its different characteristics and limitations. A proof-of-concept case was modeled, and the proposed architecture succeeded in meeting all design requirements.

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F. Gendi, T. Refaat, A. Sadek, R. Daoud, H. Amer, C. Fahmy, O. Kassem and H. ElSayed, "Wi-Fi Traffic Enforcement System (WiTE)," Journal of Transportation Technologies, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2013, pp. 142-148. doi: 10.4236/jtts.2013.32014.

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