Background: Although research has been done in the areas of VANET routing protocol
performance focusing on highway scenarios, no research has been observed for highway flyovers.
This research paper is an effort in this direction to find out the solution for flyover scenario
where line of sight is one of the major challenges.
Objective: The main objectives of the proposed research paper is to analyze the feasibility of vehicular
ad-hoc networks for highway flyover (NCR) Scenario. Further to Compare the performance
of an on-demand routing protocols for vehicular ad-hoc networks using VanetMobiSim 2.0
and NS-2 .34 to find out the best one that may be used as the most reliable and efficient ondemand
Method: The prime focus of this paper is to explore the feasibility of VANETs for Highway traffic
management over flyovers (NCR) and to analyze & compare possibility of reactive routing
protocols AODV, DSR and TORA for VANETs under study. The feasibility of vehicular ad-hoc
networks based on live data for Rajiv Chowk on NH- 8 Scenario has been analyzed. The performance
of On-demand routing protocols for vehicular Ad-hoc network is compared using
VANETMobiSim 2.0 and NS -2.34.
Result: The simulation is done for four performance matrices for mentioned reactive routing protocols
using VanetMobisim 2.0and NS 2.34. The graphs are plotted for all three protocols to find
out the most feasible protocol.
Conclusion: It is observed that DSR is most feasible reactive protocols for proposed research on