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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Design And Development Of Driver’s Driving Pattern For Issuing Automatic License System

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AUTHOR(S)

D.Vinodini, R.Shanmugapriya, S.Mounitha, K. Kirthika

 

KEYWORDS

Accelerometer, Driving Pattern, Gyroscope, Machine-learning approach.

 

ABSTRACT

The automatic riding pattern recognition based on a machine-learning approach. The proposed approach considers the multivariate part of the information and the mechanical connection between's the various parameters estimated on a Two wheeler. Real experiments are led by various subjects driving bike instrumented with accelerometers, spinners, and vehicle sensors. The riding design acknowledgment issue is then figured as an arrangement issue to recognize the class of the riding design from the estimations gave by 3-D accelerometer /gyroscope sensors mounted on the engine cycle. This project also focuses on implementing Co emission monitoring and reporting system in the Transport vehicle.

 

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