TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM FOR AMBULANCE CLEARANCE AND STOLEN VEHICLE DETECTION USING ARM 7 ARCHITECTURE

Miss R.PRAVALLIKA. Mr. L. RAVI CHANDRA

M.Tech (ECE) from CHALAPATHI I INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 

Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, CHALAPATHI I INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, Andhra Pradesh State, India.


ABSTRACT:

This present day the road accidents in brand new urban areas are elevated to uncertain level. The loss of human lifestyles because of accident is to be refrained from. Site visitors congestion and tidal go with the flow are main information that purpose prolong to ambulance. To bar loss of human lifestyles as a result of accidents we introduce a scheme referred to as ITLS (wise traffic mild system). The principal theme at the back of this scheme is to provide a smooth go with the flow for the emergency automobiles like ambulance to arrive the hospitals in time and thus minimizing the lengthen induced with the aid of traffic congestion. The suggestion in the back of this scheme is to implement ITLS which would manipulate mechanically the traffic lights within the path of the ambulance. The ambulance is controlled via the manage unit which furnishes enough route to the ambulance and in addition controls the site visitors mild in line with the ambulance region and for this reason achieving the health facility safely. The controller identifies the region of the accident spot through the sensor systems in the vehicle which determined the accident and as a consequence the controller walks through the ambulance to the spot. This scheme is totally computerized, consequently it finds the accident spot, controls the site visitors lights, serving to to reach the clinic in time.

Keywords:-RFID, GSM, ARM 7, ambulance vehicle, stolen vehicle, congestion control, traffic junction

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