Nayana Hegde, Sunilkumar S. Manvi


Vehicular Cloud is a hybrid technology comprising of VANET, cloud computing and wireless communication.  VCC facilitates convenient, on demand access to network, storage area, applications and services on pay as you use basis.  VCC is formed by pooling the resources from moving vehicles. Due to the prohibitive cost of deploying and implementing such as system in a real world, most research work in VCC rely on simulations for evaluation purpose. The key concept for VCC simulations is a real world vehicular mobility model. In this paper we present a tool SIMITS2 that allows users to easily generate real world mobility models for VCC simulations. The simulation results are obtained when vehicles are moving according to a real world scenario.


VCC, Simulator, Cloud computing, VANET

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