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LTE-V2X performance evaluation for cooperative collision avoidance (CoCA) systems

Abstract : The interest for communications between vehicles and the infrastructure or other vehicles (V2X) has recently increased towards connected vehicle applications, and particularly cooperative collision avoidance (CoCA). In this paper, we evaluate the performance of LTE-V2X networks in the context of Intelligent Transportation Systems for traffic collision avoidance applications based on sharing occupancy maps between the infrastructure and the vehicles. We compare by simulation different LTE-V2X configurations under realistic conditions in an intersection scenario. Then, we evaluate every type of communication link (V2I and V2V) as a function of the density of vehicles. The results show the potential of the concept for V2X and the trade-offs in terms of reliability, capacity and latency.
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Arturo Guizar, Valerian Mannoni, Federico Poli, Benoit Denis, Vincent Berg. LTE-V2X performance evaluation for cooperative collision avoidance (CoCA) systems. VTC2020-Fall - The 2020 IEEE 92nd Vehicular Technology Conference, Nov 2020, Victoria, Canada. ⟨cea-02972133⟩



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