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Advanced Driving Stake System for Physically-Challenged People

International Journal of Research in Signal Processing, Computing & Communication System Design

Volume 4 Issue 2

Published: 2018
Author(s) Name: D. V. N. Bharathi, Nagavalli Vegesna and Ketha Akhil Sravan | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, SRKR Engineering College, Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh, India.
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This paper proposes Advanced Driver Stake System (ADSS) for physically challenged people to assist them in driving the four-wheeler vehicles such as car. The present technologies concentrate on improving the advanced driving systems to avoid accidents and automatic systems for this purpose, but these were limited in interfacing the android systems. This paper was designed to improve this technology for interfacing mobile android applications, car driving systems to work with vocal instructions. The GPS is also enabled so that the registered users gets SMS alert in case of an emergency. The car motion can also be captured using GPS and can be followed by authenticated user. If the car founds any obstacle at a maximum distance of 3cm at the front then the car stops immediately with an alert message to the driver. The car gets slowed down if the obstacle was found at a distance less than 10cm in the front. If the obstacle is found at a distance of 10cm in any other directions such as left, right or behind then the car gives an alert message to the driver indicating the obstacle on the respective direction.

Keywords: Arduino, IR sensor, Microcontroller, Ultrasonic sensor, Voice control.

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