M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Electronics & Communication Engineering | India | Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016
An Electronic Improvisation Embedded Technology in Automobiles for Run-of-Roads
Chilumula Sudheer Kumar | Ch. Kalyani
Abstract: Traffic crashes are among the world's biggest public health insurance and injuries prevention problems. Based on the World Health Organization (WHO), greater than a million individuals are wiped out in road accidents, every year, around the globe. From simple driver inattentiveness, to fatigue, callousness, to driving under the influence, is accountable. Simple sensors could be fitted inside automobiles embedded with assorted features like, automatic collision notification, vehicle security, speed control which could give impetus for an efficient road safety system. Every year, you will find 1000's of highway deaths and many 1000's of significant injuries because of Run-Off-Road accidents. The characteristics which are suggested within this work are Automatic collision notification that provides notification towards the victim's relative, Sore point traffic control ensures vehicle doesn?t break signal, Speed control alters speed in numerous zones, Horn control prevents honking in horn prohibited zone, Alcohol recognition detects driving under the influence and Vehicle security can be used to avoid thievery.
Keywords: Road safety, Embedded System, Collision Notification, GSM Global System for Mobile Communication, GPS Global Positioning System
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016,
Pages: 1536 - 1538
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