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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Electronics & Communication Engineering | India | Volume 5 Issue 9, September 2016
An Approach towards a Sensor Based Model for Avoiding Train Accidents
G. Srikanth Reddy | B. Ashok 
Abstract: Train accidents can happen often due to safety violations which finish from human errors or limitations simultaneously in the existing system in addition to due to complete equipment failures. The recommended system the Train Identification Chip (TIC) built-along with GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) module may be used to speak involving the train as well as the Train Traffic Control Station. The Train Tracking Chip (TTC) modules and Train Identification Chip (TIC) modules are employing to sense the presence of trains on one track. The signals within the moving train are sent using the GSM network for the stationary trains on one track also to the TTCS. Using this process you can decide if the trains were vulnerable to Rear-finish collision or Mind on collision.
Keywords: Train Identification Chip, Train Tracking Chip, Global System for Mobile Communication, Train Accidents
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 9, September 2016,
Pages: 332 - 334
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