Harsha Vasudevan Pillai

Mrs Harsha Vasudevan Pillai

University: Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus, Goa,

E-mail: harshavasudev.dev@gmail.com


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There is a thoughtful incompatibility between the growing traffic volume and the availability of resources to support the traffic. Some of the key reasons for this mismatch are rapid development of our economy, amplified affordability of our society, multiple vehicles per family, and so on. We believe that this incompatibility will continue to grow and adversely affect our traffic infrastructure unless an effective traffic management solution that includes security are developed and deployed. My research is a step in this direction. The end product of research will be an efficient secured traffic management scheme which will deploy significant amount of automation in a cost-effective manner. Since the communication component of the scheme uses a mixture of wired and wireless channels, my security mechanism will protect it from security threats, which will bound to happen. My investigation and solution development will keep in mind the secure communication, secure routing, state of our transport fabric (city roads, highways, intersections, etc.) and traffic management policies to make our solutions easily deployable.

Internet of Vehicles (IoV) is a vital part of the knowledge city, is a composite integrated network system, which links different people within automotive, different automotive and different atmosphere records in cities. The IoV will be a scattered transport fabric skilled to make its own assessments about driving consumers to their destinations. It is an integrated network for supporting secure communication, secure routing, intellectual traffic management, intellectual lively information service, and intellectual vehicle control. The IoV will have a distant reaching impact on the user vehicle market, user lifestyle, and even ways of behaviour. The innovative era of the Internet of Things (IoT) is motivating the progress of conventional Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks into the Internet of Vehicles (IoV). With the quick improvement of computation and communication technologies, IoV potential huge profitable interest and research worth, thereby fascinating a large number of companies and researchers. An efficient and secure communication in between the IoV components is my core concern. For that, am using some cryptographic techniques for secure authentication and communication in between IoV components. Apart from that, different types of communications are focused. As an evaluation factor, I analysed through different perspectives. One of them is “Energy Consumption”, where am focusing to develop the protocols which uses less energy from nature and performs well. Besides that, communication, storage and computation cost are used as comparison parameters. Mrs. Pillai has peer reviewed more than 10 publications.