Priority Based an Accident Prevention System Using V2V Communication

N. Pothirasan, M. Pallikonda Rajasekaran and V. Muneeswaran

Analyzed from the past two decades it was found that in each year the nation average reaches about 29 fatal crashes only due to the number of ambulance crashes and the nation lost 32,179 people in roadway crashes and fatalities may seem high in future. To prevent these type of vehicles to ambulance accidents we have proposed to create a vehicle to vehicle communication between the vehicles to ambulance. In our work the vehicle in consideration will be a battery operated vehicle in which both the ambulance and vehicle will have a NRF24L01 module that acts as a transmitter in ambulance and receiver in the car. When the signal from the siren in the ambulance gets detected the transmitter sends a wireless communication signal to the receiver. The receiver when gets a signal it displays a message in the LCD display of a car or on the window of the car or in the dashboard, as it depends on the car's demand. Signal identification is kept which displays RED when an ambulance is nearby an accurate distance and green when no ambulance is nearby. This will help us to reduce the accidents in roads more efficiently. As the message gets displayed on the interior of the car, it will help us to leave path for the ambulance to continue their journey and save a person's life. It will be very helpful in the fast moving world.

Volume 12 | 03-Special Issue

Pages: 480-485

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP3/20201282