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Implementation and Evaluation of Local Dynamic Map in Safety Driving Systems

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Cooperative safety driving systems using vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to infrastructure communication are developed. Sensor data of vehicles and infrastructures are communicated in the cooperative safety driving system. LDM (Local Dynamic Map) is standardized by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) to manage the vehicle sensor data and the map data. Implementations of LDM are reported on documents of ETSI, but there are no numerical results. The implementations of LDM are deployed the database management system. We think that the response time of the database becomes higher as the number of vehicles grows. In this paper, we have implemented and evaluated the LDM with the collision detection application.

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Shimada, H. , Yamaguchi, A. , Takada, H. and Sato, K. (2015) Implementation and Evaluation of Local Dynamic Map in Safety Driving Systems. Journal of Transportation Technologies, 5, 102-112. doi: 10.4236/jtts.2015.52010.

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