Visible to the public ICN-based open, distributed data market place for connected vehicles: Challenges and research directions

TitleICN-based open, distributed data market place for connected vehicles: Challenges and research directions
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsGrewe, D., Wagner, M., Frey, H.
Conference Name2017 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC Workshops)
Keywordsad hoc environment, automobiles, Automotive engineering, Batteries, connected vehicle, cyber physical systems, Distributed databases, domain-specific solutions, harmonized architectural design, heterogeneous IoT ecosystem, Human Behavior, human factors, ICN-based open distributed data market place, information centric networking paradigm, infrastructure environments, Internet, Internet of Things, Internet of Vehicles, interoperability, Metrics, pubcrawl, Resiliency, security, vehicular ad hoc networks, wireless environments

Currently, the networking of everyday objects, socalled Internet of Things (IoT), such as vehicles and home automation environments is progressing rapidly. Formerly deployed as domain-specific solutions, the development is continuing to link different domains together to form a large heterogeneous IoT ecosystem. This development raises challenges in different fields such as scalability of billions of devices, interoperability across different IoT domains and the need of mobility support. The Information-Centric Networking (ICN) paradigm is a promising candidate to form a unified platform to connect different IoT domains together including infrastructure, wireless, and ad-hoc environments. This paper describes a vision of a harmonized architectural design providing dynamic access of data and services based on an ICN. Within the context of connected vehicles, the paper introduces requirements and challenges of the vision and contributes in open research directions in Information-Centric Networking.

Citation Keygrewe_icn-based_2017