IJMTES – AN AUTOMATIC NOTIFICATION AND SEVERITY ESTIMATION OF ACCIDENTS THROUGH GSM TECHNOLOGY

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Aruna devi.p | Sanjeev.p | Shilpa.s unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 05 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 12-15

Abstract-  A GSM technologies combined into present vehicles offer an opportunity for better assist to people injured in traffic accident. Recent studies show how communication possibilities should be supported by artificial intelligent system capable of automating many of the decisions to be taken by emergency services. It can automatically detect a traffic accident and estimate the severity level. It can search for the Emergency service and then send the information to hospital within few duration covering the nearest location in which a traffic accident takes place. By means of GPS technology system, can track the accident location so that they can save the injured people as soon as possible. We develop a prototype of our system placed on off-the-shelf devices and approve it at the Automotive Research Corporation facilities, showing that our system can   reduce the time required to alert and display emergency services after an accident takes place.

Keywords – Network; Traffic Accident Assistance;WSN

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