Vehicles Communication with Fuel Station using Internet of Vehicles
Keywords:GPS, GSM Module, Sensors , VANET, RSUs, Communication between Vehicles and Fuel Station
With the swift growth of the Internet of Things is now recognized as the next generation of technology for autonomous vehicles. IoV-based communication has become more widespread. Fuel usage and demand have increased as the number of cars has increased. Long-distance travelers do not get any closer to filling stations. They are unsure of how much fuel they will need or the location of the closest fuel station. Another issue is that they cannot contact the fuel stations to obtain the necessary fuel. If they know their vehicle's mileage and have access to the nearby fueling stations, they can acquire the fuel they need for an efficient journey. There is currently no method in place to measure vehicle fuel usage accurately. While some fuel consumption systems are available, those systems cannot connect with the nearest public filling stations if the vehicle's fuel supply is depleted and the owner requires additional fuel to continue driving. We propose a comprehensive system encompassing Onboard Units (OBUs), Cloud technology, Fuel Monitoring Sensors, GSM Modules, GPS, and Roadside Units (RSUs) to tackle these issues. The system's primary objectives are to accurately measure vehicle fuel usage and facilitate communication with nearby fuel stations to acquire fuel efficiently. We work to deliver an integrated approach that permits precise fuel monitoring, identifies nearby gasoline stations, and streamlines communication to quickly achieve the fuel required by fusing a variety of technologies. The anticipated outcomes of this research encompass enhanced fuel management, cost savings, and improved travel experiences.
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