Resource Allocation of Video Streaming Over Vehicular Networks: A Survey, Some Research Issues and Challenges

In intelligent transportation systems (ITS), the vehicular ad-hoc network (VANET) is an enabling technology that can provide information exchange services among connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs). Video streaming over VANETs is a potential application to ensure the safety of drivers and passengers and improve infotainment services. However, owing to the dynamic network topology, video transmission in VANETs is very challenging in terms of latency, reliability, and security. Therefore, a comprehensive summary of the state-of-art video streaming over VANETs is surveyed in this work. Firstly, related works and background knowledge are introduced. Then, a systematic survey on resource allocation (RA) scheme for video streaming in VANETs is provided, and some prevailing and feasible optimization tools are elaborated. Furthermore, enabling technologies of video streaming over VANETs are summarized with a special focus on the integration of video communication, caching, and computing. Finally, the authors give some challenges and future research directions.


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  • Accession Number: 01854642
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 15 2022 8:44AM