Frédéric Le Mouël
In the futur the demand for individual mobility will increase and services will play a major role in the popularity and utility of the vehicle for consumers. The dynamism of the network, the delay constraints of applications and the central role of the users are the keys. By providing network connectivity to embedded devices, every vehicle will be able to interact with each other, introducing new services and opportunities.
In this context, we study and propose a multiscale model with theory of graph for vehicular network for analyzing the dynamism of inter-connectivity, between users, cars, infrastructure and also the dynamism in the deployment of applications. The travel time and/or fuel consumption are currently the first preoccupations for users and authorities. Through coordination and partial information, we propose applications for improve this parameters. Then we will study how social services can improve their performance.