What is Vehicular VLC?

Vehicular VLC refers to the use of Visible Light Communication (VLC) for Car-to-X (C2X) scenarios.

In the literature this technology is typically referred to as Vehicular Visible Light Communications and often abbreviated as Vehicular VLC, V-VLC, V2LC, V2LC.

If you want to learn more about about Vehicular Visible Light Communications you can read our recent survey article and/or refer to the additional resources on this site.


What is Veins VLC?

Veins VLC is a Vehicular Visible Light Communications (V-VLC) extension for Veins.

Veins VLC features:

  • Realistic channel models for V-VLC.
  • Enables the simulation of V-VLC networks.
  • Study V-VLC protocols and applications (e.g., MAC for V-VLC, Platooning).
  • Simulate heterogeneous vehicular networks: VLC + IEEE 802.11p/DSRC.
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Featured News

October 25, 2020

Survey article Vehicular Visible Light Communications: A Survey accepted for publication in IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (COMST).

Read the Survey