SD-VEC: Software-Defined Vehicular Edge Computing with Ultra-Low Latency

03/26/2021 ∙ by Shih-Chun Lin, et al. ∙ 0

New paradigm shifts and 6G technological revolution in vehicular services have emerged toward unmanned driving, automated transportation, and self-driving vehicles. As the technology for autonomous vehicles becomes mature, real challenges come from reliable, safe, real-time connected transportation operations to achieve ubiquitous and prompt information exchanges with massive connected and autonomous vehicles. This article aims at introducing novel wireless distributed architectures that embed the edge computing capability inside software-defined vehicular networking infrastructure. Such edge networks consist of open-loop grant-free communications and computing-based control frameworks, which enable dynamic eco-routing with ultra-low latency and mobile data-driven orchestration. Thus, this work advances the frontiers of machine learning potentials and next-generation mobile system realization in vehicular networking applications.

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