Smart Traffic Control System

Author(s):
Rohith K Kurup, Electrical& Electronics,Adishankara Institute Of Engineering And Technology, India; Aswin Krishna ,Adishankara Institute Of Engineering And Technology; Visakh M V ,Adishankara Institute Of Engineering And Technology; Sijo George ,Adishankara Institute Of Engineering And Technology
Keywords
Emergency Vehicle Priority, Laser Sensor, Microcontroller, Traffic Density, Traffic Light System, Zigbee
Abstract
Traffic light control systems are widely used to monitor and control the flow of automobiles through the junction of many roads. However, the synchronization of multiple traffic light systems at adjacent intersections is a complicated problem given the various parameters involved. Conventional systems concentrate mainly on allotting equal time to all the lanes. In addition, the mutual interference between adjacent traffic light systems, the disparity of cars flow with time, the accidents, the passage of emergency vehicles, and the pedestrian crossing are not implemented in the existing traffic system. This leads to traffic jam and congestion. The paper propose a system based on ATMEG32 microcontroller that evaluates the traffic density using Laser sensors and accomplishes dynamic timing slots with different levels. Moreover, a portable controller device is designed to solve the problem of emergency vehicles stuck in the overcrowded roads and notifying the vehicles the current traffic scenario.
Reference
[1]	Bilal Gazal, Khaled EIK hatib, Khaled Chahine, Mohamad kherfan, Smart Traffic Control System, IEEE
[2]	N. Kham, and C. Nwe, "Implementation of modem traffic light control system", International journal of scientific and research publications, Vol. 4, Issue 6, Jun. 2014.
[3]	I. Isa, N. Shaari, A. Fayeez, and N. Azlin, "Portable wireless traffic light system (PWTLS)", International journal of research in engineering and technology, Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp. 242-247, Feb 2014.
[4]	P. Sinhmar, "Intelligent traffic light and density control using IR sensors and microcontroller", International journal of advanced technology engineering research (lJATER), Vol. 2, Issue 2, pp. 30- 35, March 2012.
Other Details
Paper ID: GRDCF004011
Published in: Conference : National Conference on Emerging Research Trend in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Page(s): 60 - 64
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