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Research Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022
Automatic Redeployment Rescue System
S. Preethi | K. Madhumalar | G. Priyanaka | D. Reethu | A. Joyce
Abstract: That Smartphone-enabled dead reckoning supports accurate but local coordinates of users? trajectories, while GPS provides global but inconsistent coordinates. Considering them simultaneously, the project device techniques to refine the global positioning results by fitting the global positions to the structure of locally measured ones, so the refined positioning results are more likely to elicit the ground truth. The project develops a prototype system, named Global conduct comprehensive experiments in both crowded urban and spacious suburban areas. Our aim is to develop an efficient and improved geographical asset tracking Solution and conserve valuable mobile resources by dynamically adapting the tracking scheme by means of context-aware personalized route learning techniques. In this application, there will be a fixed set of hospital list with associated drivers. If the user request for an ambulance service immediately request will be sent to all the ambulance drivers. If any driver accepts the request, automatically the other driver requests would be denied. Through this application, the user can also track the ambulance location and details. This application works with GPS (save it to the database, and ambulance driver will get the notification global positioning system) it fetches the doctor?s exact location and also hospitals. Just give the time intervals to record the location and. This application won't upload any personal data/locations. It will store the locations on the phone only. This will help to view the complete locator points on map from source to destination.
Keywords: Smartphone, GPS
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022,
Pages: 1583 - 1588
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S. Preethi, K. Madhumalar, G. Priyanaka, D. Reethu, A. Joyce, "Automatic Redeployment Rescue System", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022, pp. 1583-1588, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22518165951
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