Traffic management algorithm for V2X based flying fog system

Malik Alsweity, Ammar Muthanna, Andrey Koucheryavy
V2X system support a large number of new services and protocols, therefore, moving to integrated interaction with the surrounding information space, defined as V2X interoperability, should ensure the interoperability of the various networks and systems involved in providing services to users[5]. The data must be transmitted with low latency and high speed between vehicles. This requires the introduction of a new high-speed network, advanced road transport, and telecommunications infrastructure. To ensure the effective functioning of V2X networks, in this paper we propose to use flying fog computing for a reliable and efficient system for simulation model, we used a UAVs as a base station (BS) equipped by a controller (CU) that provide execution of the requests arriving from the users equipment located in the communication range of the BS. Users that are connected with the BS requests flow that arrive at CU, we assume that one cloud server (CS) can serve a number of UAVs. CU is described as a service system which provides execution of some requests simultaneously. We assume that the execution of each request flow from users needs a fixed amount of energy. We’ve noticed that in the case of low traffic intensity the delay value increases with increasing of the part of traffic forwarded to the cloud, the energy consumption lower if the part of redirected traffic is bigger