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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 18)
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Wireless Accident Information System Using GSM and GPS

R. Rathinakumar and D. Manivannan
Corresponding Author:  R. Rathinakumar 

Key words:  Alcohol sensor, eye sensor, GPS, GSM, PIC microcontroller, vibration sensor,
Vol. 4 , (18): 3323-3326
Submitted Accepted Published
February 09, 2012 March 16, 2012 September 15, 2012
Abstract:

This study discusses about designing a Smart Display and Control (SDC) which will monitor the zone and maintains the specified speed in the zone levels, which runs on an embedded system. This system includes three modules; automatic speed control module, accident detection and information sending module and security enabling module. Automatic speed control module includes RF transmitter placed in specific location and RF receiver in the vehicle. Accident detection module includes GSM and GPS technology. Security enabling module includes sensory units which ensures the condition of seat belt and the driver. This module includes alcohol sensor and eye sensor. The smart display and control is composed of two separate units: Zone status Transmitter unit and Receiver (speed Display and Control) Unit.
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R. Rathinakumar and D. Manivannan, 2012. Wireless Accident Information System Using GSM and GPS.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 4(18): 3323-3326.
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