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Extended Incident Information Gathering in Car P2P Networks

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000172102D
Original Publication Date: 2008-Jun-27
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2008-Jun-27
Document File: 1 page(s) / 24K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

Background (Black Box) A car in a P2P mesh network would more than likely be gathering information on the vehicle which could be analyzed upon an incident. When an incident occurs the car could also instantly gather information on external sources which could give more detailed information during incident investigation.

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Extended Incident Information Gathering in Car P 2P Networks

Outline
1. Car maintains log of all messages, not just the ones that the user showed interest in
1. log contains some vehicle identifier and timestamp
1. optionally location of vehicle
1. latitude/longitude
2. number of p2p hops from car
2. Incident occurs
1. airbag deployment
2. impact detection
3. sudden braking
4. user indicates incident
3. Car computer scans logs and gathers data from within some time frame surrounding the accident
4. Car computer resolves identifiers into something that allows the computer to contact the vehicle
5. Car computer sends each vehicle a message
1. In realtime
1. Requesting its data
2. Requesting that it mark its data from that time frame as important and not delete it for some time
2. After the fact
1. requesting its data

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