Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Secure Pattern And Evolution of IoT Based Electric Vehicle Using Machine Learning
Moshe Dayan Sirapangi, Dr.S.Gopikrishnan
A new wireless technology platform called the Internet of Things (IoT) is mostly utilised in the construction of electric vehicles. Electric vehicles (EVs) are an innovative step in this approach. The performance metrics include acceleration, mileage, monitoring speed, battery management, fault alarm, charging, and predictive maintenance systems. IoT has a significant impact on how these electric vehicles are monitored. Real-time monitoring of the vehicles and their essential components is also made possible by the deployment of IoT. While maintaining the battery management constraints, the purpose is to ensure optimal data transmission. The Internet of Things (IoT) has been crucial for controlling, monitoring and enabling the ability to log data remotely for battery metrics, conditions, etc. Electric vehicle is becoming more and more popular as a means of reducing environmental concerns. The installation of this infrastructure is anticipated to increase EV adoption and foster community access. Electric Vehicle offered a unique auction technique is based on the online continuous progressive second price (OCPSP). To handle two distinct concerns in SG received assistance from EV networks, power security and privacy assurance, and an architecture premised on Blockchain (BC) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) are provided.
Electric Vehicle, Internet of Things, Blockchain, Software Defined Networking, online continuous progressive second price
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