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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Development Of Intelligent Driving Model Using Augmented Reality

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Surendra Kumar Yadav, Nikita Jain

 

KEYWORDS

Embedded System, Augmented reality, Road Signs

 

ABSTRACT

In present era of vehicles where accidents became a lot of each day to day happening. It is high time that we come up with a plan to suppress it down. As we have a tendency to see in our regular life the accidents going down by rash driving and lack of concentration on the traffic data boards. In order to assure safer and smarter driving, varied driving help systems square measure more and more thought of in analysis. Current vehicle driving help systems uses range of technologies like measuring device, image process, RFID, IR, computer vision etc. These technologies use communication system in conjunction with sensors, desegregation all of those technologies into one system is often a pricey, larger in size and complex solution. But in these systems most of the days sensors output is plagued by dangerous weather/climate, dangerous light-weight and consumes high power and wishes regular maintenance. We came up with an answer by providing the knowledge within the vehicle so as to cut back the accidents and difficulties in driving. The solution seeks to alert and inform the motive force whenever the vehicle approaches a predetermined waypoint on the road. Here we have a tendency to think of introducing value effective, low hopped-up secured technology. Here communication and sensing is achieved by single module that is of cheap, low-power, reliable, less sensitive to climatically changes. Easy to implement, easy to install, smaller in size. It employs mesh configuration, permitting it give high dependableness and an affordable vary. This paper concentrates on how these daunting accidents which has great toll on valuable lives can be curtailed. In India; we have a tendency to don’t have an advanced system that might facilitate to regulate the accidents. So researchers got a taken AN initiative to regulate the dreadful accidents, that is at soaring rates at the present by means that of this paper.

 

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