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Tracking of Specific Vehicle Using Smart Transportation Networks in the Internet of Things Environment

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In the future urban traffic system, there will be great demands for technologies that ensure safety on the road, specifically those that monitor illegal activities, detect risks associated with the movement of vehicles, and prevent collisions. As technologies of sensor networks and the IoT (Internet of Things) made strides, systems that monitor traffic violations have become automated, which led to increase in the amounts of data generated, and as such overheads may occur. Also, given encryption is used to prevent leakage of information on vehicles, in order to track a specific vehicle, data on the vehicle must be provided to the secondary user. To solve this problem, this paper proposes a model based on Attribute-Based Proxy Re-Encryption (ABPRE). The proposed system collects data from a place (edge) close to the sensor (device), and performs pre-processing or real-time processing on the data, or processes the data using a smart gateway that processes only sensor data. Such processing is done by the proxy of ABPRE, and the system is designed so that among the secondary users, only those with the specific privileges can decrypt the ciphertext.
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Keywords: ABPRE; Internet of Things; Proxy; Specific Vehicle; Traffic System

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Department of Defense Acquisition Program, Kwangwoon University, Korea 01897 2: Division of Information Technology Education, Sunmoon University, Korea 31460 3: Department of Management, Dongguk University, Korea 38066

Publication date: November 1, 2016

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