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Design Requirements for Smart Vehicles Efficient Carbon Emission Management Framework

EasyChair Preprint no. 10614, version 1

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9 pagesDate: July 24, 2023


This work focuses on developing design requirements for an optimized cloud service-based serverless framework, called 'Serverless Tracking for Internet-of-Vehicles Carbon' (STIOVC), for reducing CO2 emissions from smart vehicles. By leveraging the efficiency of the pull/push data model (Hogue, 2020) and integrating AWS services using AWS SAM (Serverless Application Model) (Smith, 2021) framework, the STIOVC framework aims to revolutionize transportation and logistics by enhancing energy conservation and efficiency. The pull/push data model (Hogue, 2020) enables proactive data transmission when changes occur in vehicle sensor data, minimizing unnecessary data transfers, reducing network traffic, and conserving network resources. The integration of AWS Lambda, DynamoDB, Glue, and QuickSight further enhances the framework's capabilities in data processing, storage, analysis, and visualization, facilitating timely identification of emission patterns and the implementation of effective CO2 emission reduction measures. The proposed conceptual framework bridges the gaps in existing frameworks by addressing scalability, cost-efficiency, ease of management, and seamless integration with public cloud services. This work discusses scalability and implementation challenges for real-world transportation systems in combining the pull/push data model (Hogue, 2020) with AWS services. The conceptual framework aims to maximize the efficiency of data collection and processing, facilitating effective strategies for CO2 emission reduction in smart vehicle networks. Overall, the work contributes to advancing energy conservation and sustainability in transportation and logistics, providing valuable insights and actionable strategies for stakeholders and policymakers. Comparative analysis, benchmarking against existing approaches, and evaluating broader impacts beyond efficiency metrics are left for future work.

Keyphrases: carbon emission, design requirements, Vehicular Network

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  author = {Esha},
  title = {Design Requirements for Smart Vehicles Efficient Carbon Emission  Management Framework},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 10614},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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