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With the advancement of ICT, IoT, 3G, 4G wireless and cellular technology, our cities are transforming into smart cities impacting everyday life. ITS is seen as an inherent part of smart city infrastructure. Applications of ITS such as roadway operations and maintenance, traveler information, traffic monitoring, and road safety are getting attention from the research community. Specially, traffic monitoring and road safety enable ITS to directly impact our smart city life. Traffic monitoring provides on-demand traffic information to travelers where vehicles send traffic information to a back-end server. Road safety enables on-demand message transmission, e.g., traffic light status, vehicle movements, and collision avoidance or priority vehicles notification, among vehicles and between vehicles and infrastructure for safe driving. In the near future, vehicles will be equipped with onboard communication units for on-demand V2V, R2V and more roadside units (RSUs) will be deployed for V2I communications to facilitate ITS.
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