Journal: IEEE Veh. Technol. Mag.

Volume 12, Issue 4

5 -- 12Matthias Pätzold. The Benefits of Smart Wireless Technologies [Mobile Radio]
13 -- 17Harvey Glickenstein. New Lines, Trains, and Trolleys Around the World [Transportation Systems]
20 -- 29Chih-Lin I, Qi Sun, Zhiming Liu, Siming Zhang, Shuangfeng Han. The Big-Data-Driven Intelligent Wireless Network: Architecture, Use Cases, Solutions, and Future Trends
30 -- 39Rafael Molina-Masegosa, Javier Gozálvez. LTE-V for Sidelink 5G V2X Vehicular Communications: A New 5G Technology for Short-Range Vehicle-to-Everything Communications
40 -- 49Chengzhe Lai, Haibo Zhou, Nan Cheng, Xuemin Sherman Shen. Secure Group Communications in Vehicular Networks: A Software-Defined Network-Enabled Architecture and Solution
50 -- 59Muhammad Alam 0002, Joaquim Ferreira 0001, Shahid Mumtaz, Mian Ahmad Jan, Rui Rebelo, José Alberto Fonseca. Smart Cameras Are Making Our Beaches Safer: A 5G-Envisioned Distributed Architecture for Safe, Connected Coastal Areas
60 -- 68Hristos Giannopoulos, Alexander M. Wyglinski, Joseph Chapman. Securing Vehicular Controller Area Networks: An Approach to Active Bus-Level Countermeasures
69 -- 76Víctor Corcoba Magaña, Mario Muñoz Organero. Toward Safer Highways: Predicting Driver Stress in Varying Conditions on Habitual Routes
77 -- 85Sinem Coleri Ergen, Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli. Intravehicular Energy-Harvesting Wireless Networks: Reducing Costs and Emissions
86 -- 94Jian Jiao 0001, Ruhai Wang, Scott C. Burleigh, Qinglin Xie, Akun Zhuang, Alaa Sabbagh, Kanglian Zhao. Reliable Deep-Space File Transfers: How Data Transfer Can Be Ensured Within a Single Round-Trip Interval

Volume 12, Issue 3

4 -- 11Matthias Pätzold. Fifth-Generation Technology Offers Trillion-Dollar Business Opportunities [Mobile Radio]
12 -- 16Harvey Glickenstein. Bay Area Rapid Transit Extension South on the East Bay [Transportation Systems]
17 -- 20Elisabeth Uhlemann. Continued Dispute on Preferred Vehicle-to-Vehicle Technologies [Connected Vehicles]
22 -- 33Tom Glenn McGiffen, Sven Beiker, Arogyaswami Paulraj. Motivating Network Deployment: Vehicular Communications
34 -- 41Shifeng Wang, Sarath Kodagoda, Lei Shi 0013, Hualin Wang. Road-Terrain Classification for Land Vehicles: Employing an Acceleration-Based Approach
42 -- 54Cailian Chen, Tom Hao Luan, Xinping Guan, Ning Lu 0001, Yunshu Liu. Connected Vehicular Transportation: Data Analytics and Traffic-Dependent Networking
55 -- 64Mehdi Sookhak, F. Richard Yu, Ying He 0006, Hamid Talebian, Nader Sohrabi Safa, Nan Zhao 0001, Muhammad Khurram Khan, Neeraj Kumar 0001. Fog Vehicular Computing: Augmentation of Fog Computing Using Vehicular Cloud Computing
65 -- 72Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini, Francesco Malandrino, Matteo Sereno. Advertisement Delivery and Display in Vehicular Networks: Using V2V Communications for Targeted Ads
73 -- 82Jingjing Wang 0001, Chunxiao Jiang, Zhu Han, Yong Ren 0001, Robert G. Maunder, Lajos Hanzo. Taking Drones to the Next Level: Cooperative Distributed Unmanned-Aerial-Vehicular Networks for Small and Mini Drones
83 -- 94Armin Buchroithner, Andreas Brandstätter, Manes Recheis. Mobile Flywheel Energy Storage Systems: Determining Rolling Element Bearing Loads to Expand Possibilities
95 -- 102Zigang Deng, Jipeng Li, Weihua Zhang, Yanfeng Gou, Yu Ren, Jun Zheng. High-Temperature Superconducting Magnetic Levitation Vehicles: Dynamic Characteristics While Running on a Ring Test Line

Volume 12, Issue 2

4 -- 12Matthias Pätzold. 5G Developments Are in Full Swing [Mobile Radio]
13 -- 17Harvey Glickenstein. New Streetcars for San Francisco [Transportation Systems]
18 -- 22Elisabeth Uhlemann. The US and Europe Advances V2V Deployment [Connected Vehicles]
26 -- 35Soumya Kanti Datta, Jérôme Härri, Christian Bonnet, Rui Pedro Ferreira Da Costa. Vehicles as Connected Resources: Opportunities and Challenges for the Future
36 -- 44Ke Zhang 0008, Yuming Mao, Supeng Leng, Yejun He, Yan Zhang 0002. Mobile-Edge Computing for Vehicular Networks: A Promising Network Paradigm with Predictive Off-Loading
45 -- 51Mahmoud Hashem Eiza, Qiang Ni. Driving with Sharks: Rethinking Connected Vehicles with Vehicle Cybersecurity
52 -- 59You Han, Eylem Ekici, Haris Kremo, Onur Altintas. Vehicular Networking in the TV White Space Band: Challenges, Opportunities, and a Media Access Control Layer of Access Issues
60 -- 68Ruki Harwahyu, Jonathan Loo, Ray-Guang Cheng, Yu-Yi Chu. Smoothing the Drive: Critical Access for Intelligent Transportation Systems
69 -- 77Laurent Gallo, Jérôme Härri. Unsupervised Long- Term Evolution Device-to-Device: A Case Study for Safety-Critical V2X Communications
78 -- 88Insun Jang, Sukjin Choo, Myeongsu Kim, Sangheon Pack, György Dán. The Software-Defined Vehicular Cloud: A New Level of Sharing the Road
89 -- 97Katrin Sjöberg, Peter Andres, Teodor Buburuzan, Achim Brakemeier. Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems in Europe: Current Deployment Status and Outlook

Volume 12, Issue 1

3 -- 0Klaus David. From Wireless Indoor Systems and LTE to Human?Computer Interaction [From the Editor]
4 -- 11Javier Gozálvez. 5G Worldwide Developments [Mobile Radio]
14 -- 19Elisabeth Uhlemann. Initial Steps Toward a Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything Standard [Connected Vehicles]
20 -- 29Bo-Hao Chen, Shih-Chia Huang, Wei-Ho Tsai. Eliminating Driving Distractions: Human-Computer Interaction with Built-In Applications
30 -- 38Claudia Campolo, Antonella Molinaro, Giuseppe Araniti, Antoine O. Berthet. Better Platooning Control Toward Autonomous Driving : An LTE Device-to-Device Communications Strategy That Meets Ultralow Latency Requirements
39 -- 47Arafat Al-Dweik, Matthew Mayhew, Radu Muresan, Shirook M. Ali, Abdallah Shami. Using Technology to Make Roads Safer: Adaptive Speed Limits for an Intelligent Transportation System
48 -- 54Chen Sun, Xin Guo. Reducing Complexity of TVWS Operation: Complying with European Regulations
55 -- 62Sangmin Lee, Seungheon Hyeon, Joongheon Kim, Heejun Roh, Wonjun Lee. The Useful Impact of Carrier Aggregation: A Measurement Study in South Korea for Commercial LTE-Advanced Networks
63 -- 71Luca Bedogni, Fabio Malabocchia, Marco Di Felice, Luciano Bononi. Indoor Use of Gray and White Spaces: Another Look at Wireless Indoor Communication