Vol.67, No.3, 2021, pp.2709-2727, doi:10.32604/cmc.2021.015174
Time-Series Data and Analysis Software of Connected Vehicles
  • Jaekyu Lee1,2, Sangyub Lee1, Hyosub Choi1, Hyeonjoong Cho2,*
1 Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Seongnam-si, 13488, Korea
2 Department of Computer Convergence Software, Korea University, Sejong-si, 30019, Korea
* Corresponding Author: Hyeonjoong Cho. Email:
Received 09 November 2020; Accepted 18 December 2020; Issue published 01 March 2021
In this study, we developed software for vehicle big data analysis to analyze the time-series data of connected vehicles. We designed two software modules: The first to derive the Pearson correlation coefficients to analyze the collected data and the second to conduct exploratory data analysis of the collected vehicle data. In particular, we analyzed the dangerous driving patterns of motorists based on the safety standards of the Korea Transportation Safety Authority. We also analyzed seasonal fuel efficiency (four seasons) and mileage of vehicles, and identified rapid acceleration, rapid deceleration, sudden stopping (harsh braking), quick starting, sudden left turn, sudden right turn and sudden U-turn driving patterns of vehicles. We implemented the density-based spatial clustering of applications with a noise algorithm for trajectory analysis based on GPS (Global Positioning System) data and designed a long short-term memory algorithm and an auto-regressive integrated moving average model for time-series data analysis. In this paper, we mainly describe the development environment of the analysis software, the structure and data flow of the overall analysis platform, the configuration of the collected vehicle data, and the various algorithms used in the analysis. Finally, we present illustrative results of our analysis, such as dangerous driving patterns that were detected.
Connected vehicle data; time series data; OBD data analysis; correlation coefficient
Cite This Article
J. Lee, S. Lee, H. Choi and H. Cho, "Time-series data and analysis software of connected vehicles," Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 67, no.3, pp. 2709–2727, 2021.
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