Smart Phone Application for Connected Vehicles and Smart Transportation

Daniel Qiu, Kaiwen Zhang, and Hans-Arno Jacobsen.

In Middleware Posters, 2013.


Real-time traffic analysis is an interesting research topic across different disciplines and areas. In order to provide a better and practical way of representing and gathering traffic data, we need to have a suitable media with high mobility and qualitative performance such as smartphones. This paper proposes a smartphone application which presents and collects traffic information data to improve the travelling experience. The application is based on a server-client model, developed in Java and deployed on the Android platform.


Tags: cvst, traffic monitoring, event processing, android

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