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A Depth Look of Vehicular Technology for Sustainable Development through DTN in India

Megha Bhatt, Dr. Abhijeetsinh Jadeja, Dr. Priyank Gokani



This paper notes that education also results in technical development serving with the purpose that overall development of technology in term of living standards to up-lift. In its current state, technical education does not appear to serve the on top objectives. The paper presents a holistic read of technical education in Bharat. To confirm multidimensional sustainable development indicators (MSDI) for Bharat within the up to date correlated main element of sustainable development ‘Human Development Index (HDI). The paper finds technical education to be one in every of the core competencies that require to be developed. The paper observes that there looks to be no linkage between the ‘education’ being provides technological growth and specially focus on DTN (Delay Tolerance Network) and Vehicular Network to provide better, safe and time saving lifestyle of human being within the country. To supply a true academic resolution for blanket development of Bharat, the paper suggests that ‘what to do’ for real life problem of traffic at all over Bharat for technical education than simply ‘how to do’. The paper suggests some overview about current trends in traffic management as well as it propose technical diagram for emerging trends in Vehicular Network that may become change the human life in real sense of sustainable development. In future scope traffic applications for the state of traffic management and some emerging concept of Vehicular network with DTN as sustainable technological development for traffic management.


MSDI (Multidimensional Sustainable Development Indicator), HDI (Human Development Index) technical education, DTN (Delay Tolerance Network), VN (Vehicular Network)

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