In this paper, we propose a secure intra-vehicular wireless communication architecture based on Host Identity Protocol (HIP). It ultimately improves the security of wireless intra-vehicular communication systems. The performance evaluation of the proposed architecture is performed in a ski tunnel which emulates the real underground transportation environment. Our results verify the feasibility of proposed architecture by providing required level of service quality. Also, it outperforms the existing secure architectures. More importantly, the proposed architecture protect the wireless intra-vehicular communication system from IP based attacks.

Performance and security evaluation of intra-vehicular communication architecture

Soderi S.;
2016

Abstract

In this paper, we propose a secure intra-vehicular wireless communication architecture based on Host Identity Protocol (HIP). It ultimately improves the security of wireless intra-vehicular communication systems. The performance evaluation of the proposed architecture is performed in a ski tunnel which emulates the real underground transportation environment. Our results verify the feasibility of proposed architecture by providing required level of service quality. Also, it outperforms the existing secure architectures. More importantly, the proposed architecture protect the wireless intra-vehicular communication system from IP based attacks.
978-1-5090-0448-5
HIP
Information sharing
Intra-Vehicular Communication
IPsec
Security
Smart-spaces
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