ADAPTATION OF CLOUD THEORY IN
THE INFOCOMMUNICATION SYSTEM
OF AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
0000-0003-3385-7580, Received: 3rd March 2020. ABSTRACT KEY WORDS CLASSIFICATION
Dániel Tokody 0000-0002-9984-0434 and
Óbuda University, Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences
INDECS 18(3), 369-374, 2020
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Accepted: 28th May 2020.
Transport infrastructures are part of the global transport architecture. The operation of each nation's transport infrastructure is essential for the sustainability of national economies. Therefore, these systems are considered as critical infrastructures from the perspective of national security. It is understandable that smart mobility is one of the indicators of the smart city concept. An important element of the transportation system is the IT infrastructure, which is connected to the local systems of smart cities. In the system of a smart city the central management subsystem is the server component and the moving objects are the client devices. Autonomous vehicles can obtain the information they need for transport from their on-board equipment, from the central control of the smart city or from each other. The most important requirement of the autonomous vehicle's own system is high availability with adequate performance. For this reason, it is worth examining the applicability of availability-enhancing technologies in these vehicles. This article examines the adaptations of the cloud system requirements and cloud building technologies in the infocommunication system of autonomous vehicles.
cloud requirements, cloud building technology, adaptation, autonomous vehicles
ACM: K.6.5, C.0
JEL: O39, R41
Received: 3rd March 2020.