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Implementation Of CAN Based Intelligent Driver Alert System

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Yin Mar Win Kyaw Myo Maung Maung, Hla Myo Tun



CAN, Ultrasonic sensor, Fuel status, RPM sensor, LCD, Engine temperature, PIC18F458 microcontroller.



This system is an attempt to analyze Intelligent Driver Alert System Using CAN Protocol. CAN (Controller Area Network) offer an efficient communication protocol among sensors, actuators, controllers, and other nodes in real-time applications, and is known for its simplicity, reliability, and high performance. It has given an effective way by which can increase the car and driver safety. This system presents the development and implementation of a digital driving system for a semi-autonomous vehicle to improve the driver-vehicle interface using microcontroller based data acquisition system that uses ADC to bring all control data from analog to digital format. In this system, the signal information like temperature (LM35 sensor) if the temperature increase above the 60 o C and ultrasonic sensor is adapted to measure the distance between the object and vehicle, if obstacle is detected within 75cm from the vehicle, the controller gives buzzer to the driver, speed measure using RPM sensor if revolution increase up to 1200 per minute controller act and to avoid the maximum revolution and to check the fuel level continuously and display in the percentage if fuel level below 20 percent the controller also gives buzzer to the driver and distance, fuel level and temperature continuously display on the LCD.



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