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A blind zone alert system based on intra-vehicular wireless sensor networks
S.K. Vashisth, A. Shrivastava, ,
Published in Asian Research Publishing Network
Volume: 12
Issue: 17
Pages: 5175 - 5179
The aim of this project is to reduce number of wires in vehicle and alert the driver of blind zone collision. Because of the expanding number of sensors sent in current vehicles, intra-vehicular remote sensor systems (IVWSNs) have as of late gotten a great deal of consideration in the car industry, as they can diminish the measure of wiring tackle inside a vehicle. By evacuating the wires, auto producers can diminish the heaviness of a vehicle and enhance motor execution, mileage, and dependability. Notwithstanding these immediate advantages, an IVWSN is an adaptable stage that can bolster other vehicular applications too. An illustration application, known as a side visually impaired zone caution (SBZA) framework, which screens the visually impaired zone of the vehicle and cautions the driver in a convenient way to avoid impacts, is talked about in this paper. The execution of the IVWSN-based SBZA framework is assessed through genuine investigations led on two test vehicles. Our outcomes demonstrate that the proposed framework can accomplish roughly 95%-99% location rate with under 15% false alert rate. Contrasted and business frameworks utilizing radars or cameras, the primary advantage of the IVWSN-based SBZA is significantly lower cost. © 2006-2017 Asian Research Publishing Network (ARPN).
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JournalARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
PublisherAsian Research Publishing Network