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MODERN ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE SYSTEM IN BLIND CURVES
INTRODUCTION OF PROJECT
Project title is “MODERN ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE SYSTEM IN BLIND CURVES AND TRAFFIC CONTROL”
The objective of this project is to make a controller based model to avoid accident in blind curve here we used sensor for sensing the vehicle.
This Project “MODERN ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE SYSTEM IN BLIND CURVES”
When a vehicle comes near the curve then sensor will sense the vehicle and give the indication (LCD alert massage display,LED,BUZZER) to the another side.With the help of this indication the person on the vehicle will be alert about the presence of any vehicle at the another side,then the person slow down its vehicle speed and therby the probality of accident is reduced in manyfold. The same process take place both sides.
This project is also used in following application:
1) To control the traffic jam condition by sending short massage service(SMS) through Global service for mobile (GSM) to municipal party.
2) To inform the police if accident take place.
3) To advertizment when no vehicle on the road.
Collision avoidance systems are especially useful in bad weather conditions. The sensors in the car would be capable of detecting the poor conditions and would inform the driver on how to drive in them. For example, because fog affects visibility, the sensors would recognize this and alert the driver of any dangers that lie ahead, like a windy turn or another car, giving the driver enough time to slow down, allowing him to escape from what could have been a bad accident.
A collision preventing system for a vehicle has a brake system. The system includes first preview sensor detecting an obstacle in front of the vehicle in a first distal detection zone to produce a first signal indicative of presence of the obstacle and distance between the obstacle and the front end of the vehicle, and a second preview sensor detecting the obstacle in front of the vehicle in a second proximal detection zone to produce a second signal indicative of at least presence of the obstacle. The system further includes third vehicle speed sensor detecting vehicular traveling speed and generating a vehicle speed indicative signal. A control unit is connected to the first and second preview sensor for receiving the first and second signals. The control unit is responsive to the first signal for deriving vehicular deceleration pattern for stopping the vehicle without colliding on the obstacle on the basis of the distance between the obstacle and the front end of the vehicle and the vehicle speed indicated by the vehicle speed indicative signal, and responsive to the second signal for operating the brake system for instant stop of the vehicle.