This option involves communication between a fixed tower and a ground mobile node (e.g., a shuttle, car, or rover). The vehicle has a mobility pattern that may or may not be known to the experimenter. Moreover, a vehicle driver may (e.g., Hummer owned by ITRE Aviation, rover) or may not (e.g., shuttles, rovers) be needed. 

Example experiment: Vehicle-to-X (V2X) communications and side-link experiments.

March 2020: AERPAW rover initial testing in NC State Centennial Campus