A SMART APPLICATION FOR VEHICLE AUTOMATION DEALING WITH TRAFFIC REGULATIONS AND AIR POLLUTION FOR ENVIRONMENT
Transportation has evolved greatly in recent years. With the modern Technologies, the automobile industry has obtained new heights with the respect to speed, efficiency and security. Despite growth and improvement in technology there has been rise in the rate of accidents. The technology used in the proposed design is embedded system. It is used to access, process, store and control the data. Now-a-day’s traffic rules are frequently violated by the drivers and over speeding occur due to bad driving behaviour. It may not be possible to view the regulatory (sign) boards placed by the Road safety Department to alert the drivers in such kind of places and there is a chance for accident. The main objective of the Project is to design and develop a new system that can effectively detect speed violations on the road, and support the driver to obey traffic rules while driving by maintaining the speed of vehicle in accordance to the speed limit prescribed for the particular zone. The proposed system gives an alert with the help of voice module and LCD. The main objective of the project is to overcome the challenges which include accidents that occur due to lack of concentration, conversing over phone while driving and the pollution emitted by the vehicles.
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