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 \section{Conclusion} \label{sec_conclusion}
-In this paper we have presented an innovative architecture developed for dynamic
-carpooling mobility. We opted for a completely decentralized architecture which
-is relying on a Multi-Agent system (based on the SPADE framework).
-We demonstrate that our carpooling service answers to our
-initial requirements. Namely security, confidence, DoS-resistant with a
-decentralized architecture and of course the capacity to react quickly to unforeseen
-events on the road. The Service Oriented Architecture makes the platform
-more open and ready for future applications thanks to a SOA bus.
+In this paper we have briefly presented the WiSafeCar platform and the
+associated dynamic carpooling service.
+One of the main goal of WiSafeCar is to provide a efficient layer for mobile
+communication, including car-2-car and car-2-infrastructure and develop a set
+of modular services benefiting from this platform.
+As such the dynamic carpooling service presented in this paper has been
+designed to take into account the specific characteristics of WiSafeCar:
+distributed and loosely connected.
 
-Security problems have been taken carefully. Clients are able to authenticate themselves
-through the Bluetooth protocol without the need of the platform or any connection.
-All communications are secured \textit{via}
-public cryptography and the authentication is mandatory in order to be able
-to access to all the platform services.
+In the context of the dynamic carpooling service, specific security services
+have been developed and implemented in order to: 1) secure the communications on
+the network, 2) offer a high level of privacy to the users, 3) provide trust
+mechanisms both at the service level and at the "human" level.
+We have come to the conclusion that these services are best implemented using a
+multi agent system, which is by nature easily extensible and fits perfectly on
+mobile networks with a completely decentralized architecture and a tolerance to
+network disruptions.
+Our solution has been implemented using the FIPA/ACL compatible SPADE
+framework and specific agents behaviors, based on standard technologies, have
+been developed to ensure the security requirements of the dynamic carpooling
+service are met.
+Future work will enhance the overall platform with new functions, such as the
+registration procedure, and extend it
+to take into account more generic mobility scenarios and multi-modal trip
+planning.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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-% use section* for acknowledgement
-\section*{Acknowledgment}
-This work was funded by the National Research Fund, Luxembourg (PDR/09/011).
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