International Journal of Computer Technology and Applications
Future Intelligent Transportation Systems require fast and reliable communication between cars (Vehicle-To-Vehicle V2V) or between a car and a road side unit (vehicle-to-infrastructure). The fundamental component for the success of Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (VANET) applications is routing. In this paper, the authors propose a VANET routing protocol that is especially designed for city environments. This protocol is based on the localization of the node, the cost assigned to the section and score for each vehicle. They present in this paper a detailed description for the proposed protocol compared to GyTAR protocols. Knowing that the GyTAR protocol is performing than the GSR and LAR protocols as demonstrated.