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Autonomous Vehicle for Collison Avoidance using V2V

Amanpreet Kaur, Saloni Agrawal, Shlok Sharma, Pankaj Rakheja



The study proposes a shrewd and intelligent collision avoidance framework as a model, which stays away from vehicle mishaps and impacts to give most noteworthy security to the client in antagonistic or awful climate condition. Here, Ultrasonic sensors are placed in the auto, where these sensors are utilized to measure the separation. The vehicle state data are acquired utilizing Ultrasonic sensor, which will ceaselessly track for any snag from front side. On the off chance that the obstacle is identified then microcontroller will continuously compare the distance given by Ultrasonic sensor. If the obstruction is nearer to the vehicle, then the microcontroller will begin applying the brakes within the safe limit. The LCD gives cautioning message when the well-being separation is decreased than security restrain. The general framework is controlled by 8051 microcontroller and ZigBee. The ease of ZigBee permits the innovation to be generally conveyed in remote control and observing applications, the low power usage permits longer life.

Keywords: ZigBee, Ultrasonic sensors, 8051 microcontroller, collisions

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Saloni Agrawal, Shlok Sharma, Amanpreet Kaur et al. Autonomous Vehicle for Collison Avoidance using V2V. Journal of Telecommunication, Switching Systems and Networks. 2018; 5(2): 15–24p.

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