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Detection System for Driver Somnolence

Varun Bangaru, Srisailam Deshamonula, Sai Santosh Velupalli, Dr. Ganjikunta Ganesh Kumar


Driver fatigue detection may be a vehicle device that aids in preventing accidents brought on by drowsy driving. numerous studies have schooled that around simple fraction of all road accidents a fatigue-related, up to one-half on bound roads. Many of these devices track driver behavior and can detect when a driver starts to feel sleepy. In the field of accident avoidance systems, the development of technology for the identification or prevention of transitory condition at the wheel may present a significant difficulty. Because of the danger that transient state poses on the road, strategies for minimizing its effects have to be created. This is the cause of a number of traffic accidents: being sleepy.  Because there are so many vehicles on the highways every day, it is difficult to manually locate drowsy drivers. Therefore, we think there should be a mechanism installed at the side of every car that, if it spots a driver who is nodding off, will immediately halt the car. Additionally, the vehicle will automatically stop if the driver falls asleep while being monitored for their temperature, respiration rate, and heart rate by a computerized display that updates periodically. These three factors are crucial because they demonstrate the body position of the driving force. If any accident occur authority peoples get the information with facilitate of GSM module.


Drowsy, Arduino, GSM, Vibration, Alcohol

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