Intelligent detection of vehicles During poor vision

Narendra Babu Alur, Thanuja Gonepudi, Rupakumari Macharla, Sirisha Vemula, Suresh babu Tungala and E V.Krishna Rao, Y.S.V. Raman

The objective of the paper is to track different parameters, such as identifying the target in front of vehicle. In addition the proposed project identifies the presence of dangerous gases and speed of the vehicle. This framework has a preferred position of observing opposite vehicles before our car under poor range of view conditions [4]. The highlight point of the paper is to detect the distance between the up-coming vehicles and similarly controls the speed of the present vehicle. Moreover, it can recognize obstacles like curves before the vehicle in sensor range within 10 meters. At that point when upcoming vehicle is in motion our vehicle motion [16] sensor will get activated and determines the presence of vehicle by means of level sensor [18]. Accordingly, accelerometer reduces the acceleration and signal will be continuous, in corresponds with it DTH11 (temperature and humidity) sensor will activate and measures the temperature and humidity in the environment and displays on LCD [14].

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 1179-1185

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201152