A Concurrent Intellectual Vehicle for Refuge in Embedded Systems

M Sharmila, M Bhuvaneswari

Abstract


In modern era accidents are happens often. As per the recent statistical analysis shows that, India is one of the major countries getting more number of accidents. we have a rough idea for the accident factors such as drowsiness, inexperience, intoxication through drink or drunk, recklessness etc…There are lot of technologies are available to prevent and control the accidents. The aim of this paper to curtail the accident by using sensor detection. The main issues to be considered in this paper such as heartbeat monitoring, eye blink monitoring, alcohol monitoring and enhance the usage of hand brake system. In this project the overall mechanism is controlled by CAN protocol. Here the driver physiological status has to be measured by heartbeat detector. The eye blink sensor continuously monitors the driver’s drowsiness and intimate to reduce the speed of vehicle. Further it recognize drivers head pose (HP) i.e., nodding and shaking by using MEMS, also the alcohol consumption of the driver are detected by alcohol detector. Promote the hand brake system has been implemented, i.e., the brake applied in hand using a single button, instead of leg. This system provides better detection with high accuracy when compared to available systems.


Keywords


Alertness detection, Hand brake system, CAN, Sensors.

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