Matthew N. O. Sadiku, Mahamadou tembely, Sarhan M. Musa


As more and more people drive cars and vehicles, there is a corresponding increase in the number of fatalities that occur due to accidents. As these vehicles are increasingly being connected to the Internet of things (IoT), they form the Internet of vehicles (IoV).  Thus, IoV is the convergence of the mobile Internet and IoT. It is an emerging field for the automotive industry and an important part of the smart cities. This paper provides a brief introduction to Internet of Vehicles (IoV).

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