A WIDE RANGE OF CELLULAR INFRASTRUCTURE TO ALLEVIATE TRAFFIC CONGESTION

B. Sai Krishna, P. Gangadhar

Abstract


The primary reason for would be to alleviate traffic jam that exists in each and every major city. Growing Smartphone transmission, combined with wide coverage of cellular infrastructures, renders smartphonebased traffic human resources (TISs) a beautiful option. Nonetheless, to make use of Smartphone-based TISs, we have to ensure their privacy and security as well as their effectiveness (e.g., precision). We present an extensive solution for Smartphone-based traffic estimation that is known as secure and privacy preserving. This is actually the motivation of the paper: We leverage condition-of-the-art cryptographic schemes and easily available telecommunication infrastructure. Our results make sure Smartphone-based TISs can provide accurate traffic condition estimation while being secure and privacy preserving. We offer a complete-blown implementation on actual smart phones, with an extensive assessment of their precision and efficiency. The identity from the system is encrypted having a symmetric key recognized to the ID proxy. Similarly, the place details are encrypted using the public key from the traffic server thus, it's accessible only because of it.


Keywords


Privacy; Security; Traffic Information Systems;

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