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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



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

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Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents & Review of Ridesafe (Motorcycle Crash Detection & Alert System)

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AUTHOR(S)

Afzal Hannan, Bhavit Yadav, Chirag Yadav

 

KEYWORDS

crash detection & alert system, first aid, mobile android application, road traffic accidents(RTA).

 

ABSTRACT

This research paper deals with motorcycle road accidents and show how certain simple technologies such as a mobile application and a small hardware setup can improve and enhance overall response time over critical situations such as a crash or an accident through communication which leads to prompt medical treatment for the injured. Presents study of Ridesafe, an Android Mobile Application that provides a platform for motorcycle riders to inform their contacts about the crash so that there is information of the potential accident scenario even after the crash took place. This highlights that an automated crash emergency information mobile application is better than the traditional way of information communication of crash. The conclusion is validated by data.

 

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