ADVANCED SAFETY SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOBILES THROUGH VEHICLE TO VEHICLE COMMUNICATION USING LIFI

  • Sheik Shameem Mohamed Yousuff Raja Department of Automobile Engineering, PSG College of Technology, India
  • Nithiish Chellaiah Department of Automobile Engineering, PSG College of Technology, India
  • Goharnath Murali Department of Automobile Engineering, PSG College of Technology, India
  • Niresh J Department of Automobile Engineering, PSG College of Technology, India
Keywords: Light Emitting Diode, Photodiode, Vehicle to Vehicle Communication, Visible Light Communication

Abstract

The new vehicle execution has been persistently improved and the examination results
identifying with the wellbeing of vehicle driving have additionally been consistently announced
and illustrated, it is attempting to discover an equalization point between the advancement of
vehicle speed limit and the assurance of driver's security. Li-Fi is a VLC, visible light
communication innovation that manages move of information through enlightenment by
removing fibre from optics by sending information through a LED light that fluctuates in the
force quicker than a human eye can pursue. In this undertaking we attempt to build up a
framework to give the before mishap data to the vehicle control unit with the goal that it
empowers the vehicle to anticipate the occurrence of mishap. Vehicle to vehicle correspondence
is the best arrangement that has been utilized so as to decrease vehicles' mishaps. The proposed
utilization of Li-Fi innovation in this task involves the light emitting diode (LED) bulbs as
methods for network by sending information through light range as an optical remote vehicle
for signal engendering. Truth be told, the use of LED dispenses with the need of complex remote
systems and conventions.

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Published
2019-10-31
How to Cite
Mohamed Yousuff Raja, S. S., Chellaiah , N., Murali, G., & J, N. (2019). ADVANCED SAFETY SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOBILES THROUGH VEHICLE TO VEHICLE COMMUNICATION USING LIFI. International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 6(10), 31-36. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v6.i10.2019.578