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Automated Vehicle Safety System to Avoid Accidents


  • Department of Electronics and Computer Science Engineering, KL University, Vaddeswaram, Guntur 522502, Andhra Pradesh, India


Background/objective: To reduce the rate of accidents which is a major problem for increase in the deathratebyprovidingsome basic security system to the vehicle. Methods/statistical Analysis: This paper deals with intimation to emergency services when accident occurs. To avoid accidents due to drowsiness- drowsiness alert system in case of drowsiness of the driver andan alcohol sensorin case of high intake of alcohol by the user are used. Along with these, a GSMis used to transmit the location to emergency numbers with the help of GPS. Findings: Comparedto the existing system, the proposedsystem works much better due to the use of improved or latest sensors and equipment. A latch that provides protocols from the controller to all sensors at a time is also used. The death rate will be reduced with the usage of the proposed system when compared to existing system andproposed system occupies less space compared to using different sensors separately. Improvements: Better performance when compared toexisting systems. Less time and complexity to design the system. Eventually death-rate will be reduced with the use of this design.


Alcohol Detection, Automated Accident Detection, Drowsiness Detection, MEMS,Vehicle Safety System

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