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accident statistics buzzer during any accident ppt
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ABSTRACT:
Technological approaches for detecting and
monitoring fatigue levels of driver fatigue continue to
emerge and many are now in the development,
validation testing, or early implementation stages.
Previous studies have reviewed available fatigue
detection and prediction technologies and
methodologies. As the name indicates this project is
about advanced technologies in cars for making it
more intelligent and interactive for avoiding accidents
on roads. By using ARM7 this system becomes more
efficient, reliable & effective. There are very less
number of systems implemented on human behaviour
detection in or with cars. In this paper, we describe a
real-time online safety prototype that controls the
vehicle speed under driver fatigue. The purpose of
such a model is to advance a system to detect fatigue
symptoms in drivers and control the speed of vehicle
to avoid accidents. The main components of the
system consist of number of real time sensors like gas,
eye blink, alcohol, fuel, impact sensors and a software
interface with GPS and Google Maps APIs for
location.
KEYWORDS: GPS Receiver, ARM, Sensors.
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 An Overview of Existing System:
When you think of work-related safety hazards,
you probably think about what goes on inside the
workplace. But one of the greatest threats to your
safety is not in the workplace, but rather on the
road. Someone is injured every 18 seconds. Over 2
million of those injuries turn out to be disabling. A
person dies in a crash on U.S. roads every 11
minutes. In fact, motor vehicle accidents are the
most common cause of death in the United Statesmore
than cancer or heart attacks. When we think
about the serious accident, it could change your
life- and not for the better. As of now most of the
research and implementation on with mechanical
behaviour of the car, its safety and passengers, but
what if the driver misbehaviours what can be done?
Each year, car enthusiasts salivate at the
prospect of seeing what bleeding-edge designs
automakers will unveil on the car show circuit.
Those same enthusiasts are often disappointed
when the amazing concepts still haven't made it to
the auto dealer's showroom floor several years later.
But before any new car model can ever go on sale
to the public, it must first undergo a battery of
testing to make sure it'll be safe, reliable and
reasonably in tune with the demands of the
motoring public. The government demands some of
this testing, while other major components of it are
devised by the car companies themselves in an
effort to ensure they meet specific standards for
performance, fuel economy, comfort and other
measures, but those which don t are axed.
Proposed System:
Intelligent systems are in used with every
aspect of systems, CARs are the critical systems
which are real time and lives are involved. This
System not only deals with component monitoring,
does even more than that like Passenger activity
monitoring, Behaviour analysis, System behaviour,
Notification & co-ordinate.
Eye blink Sensor & Alcohol detection are the
vital and of great importance from the perspective
of passenger safety and traffic safety. Impact
detection and notification is also one of the life
saving and critical information provider system.
2. VISION-BASED INTELLIGENT VEHICLE
RESEARCH WORLDWIDE
Although the first research efforts on
developing intelligent vehicles were seen in Japan
in the 70 s, significant research activities were
triggered in Europe in the late 80s and early 90s.
MITI, Nissan and Fujitsu pioneered the research in
this area by joining forces in the project Personal
Vehicle System [3]. In 1996, the Advanced
Cruise-Assist Highway System Research
Association (AHSRA) was established among
automobile industries and a large number of
research centers [2]. In the US, great deals of
initiatives have been launched to address this
problem. In 1995, the US government established
the National Automated Highway System
Consortium (NAHSC) [4], and launched the
Intelligent Vehicle Initiative (IVI) in 1997. Several
promising prototype vehicles/systems have been
investigated and demonstrated within the last 15
years [5].
3. THE EXISTING ADVANCE SYSTEM
FOUND IN HIGH END CARS
3.1 ABS (Anti-Locking Braking System):
ABS works with your regular braking system by
automatically pumping them. In vehicles not
equipped with ABS, the driver has to manually
pump the brakes to prevent wheel lockup. In
vehicles equipped with ABS, your foot should
remain firmly planted on the brake pedal, while
ABS pumps the brakes for you so you can
concentrate on steering to safety.
3.2 EBD (Electronic brake-force distribution):
Electronic brake-force distribution (EBD or EBFD),
Electronic brake-force limitation (EBL) is an
automobile brake technology that automatically
varies the amount of force applied to each of a
vehicle's brakes, based on road conditions, speed,
loading, etc. always coupled with anti-lock braking
systems
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1. Accident statistics
2. Table of contents PREVIOUS SYSTEM PROPOSED SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM: EXPLINATION FOR THEBLOCK DIAGRAM CONTROL ROOM POWER SUPPLY TRANSMITTERS ANDRECEIVERS
3. INTRODUCTION: Indias road accident record: 16 % of the worlds road accidentdeath happens in India, while Indiahas only 1 % of the worlds roadvehicles
4. SO THERE IS A 24/7 EVERYDAY ON INDIANROADSWHICH IS A BIGGER KILLER?
5. The Solution: : Our system aims at providing help to the injured in roadaccidents as fast as possible,thereby increasing the victim s survival chances
6. PREVIOUS SYSTEM:In the previous systemonly the buzzer willraise during anyaccidents , and hence thepatrol can not exactlylocate the accident spot
7. PROPOSED SYSTEMIn our proposed model wehave three modules theyare as follows Vehicle side module. Road side module Control room sidemodule.
8. BLOCK DIAGRAM
9. EXPLINATION FOR THE BLOCK DIAGRAM
10. CONTROL ROOM: From the wireless transmitter thesignal is transmitted to the wirelessreceiver in the control room and theaccident spot will be shown in the P.C.
11. CIRCUIT COMPONENTS: Vibration Sensors Power Supply Switch Microcontroller (8051) Buzzer IR Transmitter IR receiver Relay Wireless Transmitter Wireless Receiver Embedded Microcontroller
12. POWER SUPPLY:
13. 3-PIN DESCRIPTION OF THE 8051
14. FEATURES THAT HAVE MADE THE 8051 POPULAR ARE 4 KB on chip program memory. 128 bytes on chip data memory(RAM). 4 reg banks. 128 user defined softwareflags. 8-bit data bus 16-bit address bus
15. TRANSMITTERS AND RECEIVERSIR TRANSMITTER
16. WIRELESS TRANSMITTER Wireless is a term used to describetelecommunications in which electromagnetic waves(rather than some form of wire) carry the signal overpart or all of the communication path.
17. WIRELESS RECEIVER Wireless receiver is havingreverse characteristics ofthe wireless transmitter. It is placed in the controlroom
18. - EMBEDDED CONTROLLER Differences between an embedded controller and astandard PC are easily observed. However, the differencesin software are equally noticeable. While most PCs operating systems for your desktopand laptop computer are large, operating systemsdeveloped for embedded systems are likely to besmaller and have been developed without all of thebuilt- in GUIs as well as much of office equipmentperipheral support
19. CONCLUSION: To minimize the deaths andsevere conditions due toaccidents the wirelesstechnology are used where theimmediate action would be takeplace by the ambulance/policeservice which might reduce theseverity
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Plz send me the information on accident statistics by buzzer during any accident seminar topics and ppt file
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(08-16-2017, 09:51 PM)nithin balagopal.a Wrote: Plz send me the information on accident statistics by buzzer during any accident  seminar topics  and ppt file
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