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Vehicular Sensing

A section of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).

Section Information

The Vehicular Sensing Section publishes original peer-reviewed papers and surveys covering all aspects of sensing technologies in relation to vehicles. Vehicular Sensing contains the obtaining of data from on-board sensors and dissemination in other vehicles through vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication. Thus, numerous applications and technologies have been, and continue to be, developed, including vehicle sensor networks (VSNs), vehicular transportation, unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs), intelligent vehicles, vehicular communications and traffic monitoring, etc.

Keywords

  • Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV);
  • Unmanned aircraft;
  • Underwater vehicles;
  • Drones;
  • Cyber ship;
  • Intelligent transportation systems;
  • Intelligent vehicles;
  • Traffic monitoring;
  • Vehicle detection;
  • Vehicle localization system;
  • Smart mobility and sustainable transport services;
  • Driver behavior monitoring;
  • Sensors for fault detection of vehicles;
  • Fault-tolerant systems;
  • Cyber security in vehicle systems and networks;
  • Connected and autonomous vehicles in smart cities;
  • Vehicular social networks (VSNs);
  • Connected vehicles in urban roads;
  • Internet of vehicles;
  • Vehicular networks;
  • Vehicle to Everything;
  • Blockchain in vehicles;
  • Wireless in-car networks;
  • Underwater communications;
  • Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs);
  • Vehicle communications: V2X, V2V, V2I;
  • Emerging IoT applications in vehicular social networks (VSNs);
  • Vehicle privacy and trust;
  • Artificial intelligence in automate vehicles, e.g., self-driving car;
  • Big data analysis in vehicular systems and networks;
  • Cyber-physical system control and safety in vehicular networks.

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