Smart cities are characterized by smart heterogeneous devices that can interact and cooperate with each other by exchanging regularly low amounts of data in the context of IoT. Lately, there has been an increasing interest in enhancing the IoT paradigm to support exchange of multimedia data. This paper focuses on the concept of Urban Mobility Services and in particular on proposing a solution to enable best QoS and load balance in a 5G network context. The paper introduces a novel algorithm for MobilIty Services uSer vIrtualizatiON (MISSION). MISSION employs cloud computing and broadcast of multimedia content in order to reduce the network load, the number of interactions, and user device energy consumption. It also relies on rating of network reputation in the 5G heterogeneous network environment and performing network selection in the quest to maximize QoS parameters. The performance of the proposed solution is compared against that of a TraffictYpe-based DifferEntiated Reputation (TYDER) algorithm. This performance was evaluated in terms of QoS parameters such as delay, latency, packet loss and prediction error. The results show how MISSION outperforms TYDER in urban mobility scenario.

Urban mobility services based on user virtualization and social IoT

Anedda M.
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Giusto D. D.
2020

Abstract

Smart cities are characterized by smart heterogeneous devices that can interact and cooperate with each other by exchanging regularly low amounts of data in the context of IoT. Lately, there has been an increasing interest in enhancing the IoT paradigm to support exchange of multimedia data. This paper focuses on the concept of Urban Mobility Services and in particular on proposing a solution to enable best QoS and load balance in a 5G network context. The paper introduces a novel algorithm for MobilIty Services uSer vIrtualizatiON (MISSION). MISSION employs cloud computing and broadcast of multimedia content in order to reduce the network load, the number of interactions, and user device energy consumption. It also relies on rating of network reputation in the 5G heterogeneous network environment and performing network selection in the quest to maximize QoS parameters. The performance of the proposed solution is compared against that of a TraffictYpe-based DifferEntiated Reputation (TYDER) algorithm. This performance was evaluated in terms of QoS parameters such as delay, latency, packet loss and prediction error. The results show how MISSION outperforms TYDER in urban mobility scenario.
978-1-7281-5784-9
5G; Broadcast applications; Multimedia for connected cars; Multimedia for connected cars; Multimedia IoT; Networking and QoS; Smart cities
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