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Smart Sensing for Vehicular Approach

  • Mukesh Chandra SahEmail author
  • Chandan Kumar Sah
  • Shuhaib Akhter Ansari
  • Anjit Subedi
  • A. C. Ramachandra
  • P. Ushashree
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 906)

Abstract

Every day around the world, a humongous amount of people die from road accident and the subsequent injuries. There are many problems which are largely prevalent in the everyday life of a driver around the globe. Some of the techniques that are available in the market are too expensive to implement on a common vehicle. If we take a look around the common household in an Indian society, most of the people are using average cost vehicles and they are not able to afford the existing techniques which can detect the obstacle to prevent from the road accident. The survey has been conducted on the problems which are being faced by the driver at the time of driving and we have proposed a suitable and less expensive ways to implement the solutions of, not all the problems, but few of them to detect the causes of road accident by using some sensors like ultrasonic sensor, ldr sensor, ir sensor and prevention from collision. As smart-driver assistance system, invisibility problem is our main focus in this project. The concept is that it assists the driver with information and actions. In our proposed work, the smart-driver assistant system will provide the information after analyzing results of various sensors existing in the system and then if the driver is unable with actions necessary to ensure the driver’s safety. Invisibility in fog is one of the major reasons of road accidents, various approaches have been made to counter this problem. We have found that ultrasonic sensor can be used to counter this problem. The sensed information is provided to the driver who takes appropriate action depending on the information. However, there are cases where the driver is incapacitated or unable or there are cases where the driver actually needs to drive faster for some urgency. In such cases, the smart-driver assistant system comes in play and slows down the vehicle for the drive, which changes their direction. If unable, the system slows the vehicle itself and if still not stopped, it stops the vehicle at 20 cm away from the obstacle. The proposed work has been tested with four parameters and found to be a better solution.

Keywords

Smart-driver assistance system LDR IR Ultrasonic sensor 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mukesh Chandra Sah
    • 1
    Email author
  • Chandan Kumar Sah
    • 1
  • Shuhaib Akhter Ansari
    • 1
  • Anjit Subedi
    • 1
  • A. C. Ramachandra
    • 1
  • P. Ushashree
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of CSENitte Meenakshi Institute of TechnologyBangaloreIndia

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