The Potential Impact of Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Sensor-to-Vehicle Communication in Urban Parking
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SourceIEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine, 7, 2, (2015), pp. 22-33
21 april 2015
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IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine
SubjectShaping and Changing of Places and Spaces
Contrary to expectations based on theory, the results show that, for both strategies, search time is barely decreased and sometimes even increased. Performance in terms of walking distance using a vehicle-to-vehicle communication strategy is only improved in situations with almost full on-street occupancy levels. In contrast, when a sensor strategy is applied, walking distance is reduced under all conditions. The main conclusion is that the societal benefits of bottom-up information provision are not clear from the outset.
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