Automobile Speed Sensing and Smoke Detecting System

Amal Razic K A, ASIET; Abin Paul ,ASIET; Akhil Raj K R ,Asiet; Sreevidya Sankar ,ASIET; Rajalakshmi Menon ,ASIET

Automobile Speed Sensing, Smoke Detecting System, IoT Module, GPS Technologies, GSM Board

Automatic monitoring of vehicle has become a very essential scenario in the recent years and it can become possible by implementing the following technology. The beginning of the 21st century was the time when importance for Environmental awareness was instigated. One of the major concerns regarding the environment is air pollution. The main pollutants from the vehicles are the oxides of carbon and nitrogen, which can be easily detected these days with the help of semiconductor gas sensors. The system consists of a global positioning system, an IoT module and a GSM board. The gas sensor detects the gas produced due to over pollution and the micro-controller board determines the proportion and if it is higher than the stated limit as per the Bharat Stage 6 norms, the GPS system sends the co-ordinates to the nearby RTO. The warnings received will be saved and if the warnings exceed more than three times or if the pollution level raises drastically the vehicle automatically provides navigation to a nearby safe zone. The safe zones are detected automatically with the help of IoT and GPS technologies. A vehicle speed monitoring sensor is used and is coupled with the IoT so as to reduce the speed of the vehicle at specific places, say school zones, hospitals, accident prone zones etc,. If this technology is employed the parameter of safety and reduction in pollution levels as well as prevention of accidents can be achieved.
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Paper ID: GRDCF013012
Published in: Conference : National Conference on Emerging Research Trend in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ERTE’19)
Page(s): 57 - 59