Keywords : Traffic Congestion

Vehicle Monitoring using Connected Vehicle Systems

Naga Saranya CH; Vijitha Malini B.; Sowjanya Cherukupalli NL

International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub, 2021, Volume 3, Issue Special Issue 6S, Pages 177-181
DOI: 10.47392/irjash.2021.186

India is the most populated country. Traffic control is being a biggest challenge for the traffic police. Though the government is taking the necessary measures to control the traffic, the citizen’s co -operation is less. Reaching the destinations is becoming the major task for the people of busy schedules and hurry which causes violation of traffic rules that lead to traffic congestion and accidents. Death rate is increasing day by day due to more accidents and people are exhausted by the severe traffic congestions. To reduce these traffic congestions and accidents we are proposing a model which will help to ensure the safety of riders and also the traffic congestions. In this paper we have proposed an IoT (Internet of Things) based model which will continuously monitor the values of the sensors attached to the engines and warns the riders through vehicle-to-vehicle applications of connected vehicle technology which has the potential to significantly prevent or reduce the impact of millions of accidents every time when the accident or a traffic congestion are ahead to them.

Car Parking System Using FPGA

S.Sharmila Devi; Blessy Angel J.J.R; Deepa M; Kaaviya A.I

International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub, 2020, Volume 2, Issue 8, Pages 88-93
DOI: 10.47392/irjash.2020.99

In today's days, motor vehicle use is increasing day by day, causing noise, traffic congestion, issues with parking spaces, and finding a vacant parking space is becoming increasingly difficult. In this paper we proposed a safe car parking management framework using Verilog HDL. This machine has two main modules Module-1: Password entry and exit. Module2: distance calculation and empty slot finding. Our execution time is very faster by using FPGA. This is about designing an efficient system which takes over the task of identifying free slots in a parking area that keeps parked vehicle records. Parking a vehicle also requires a password. With the rapid increase in the availability and use of cars in recent years, finding a vacant car park is a little complicated. It creates the issue of traffic congestion, emissions (noise and air), as the number of vehicles increases day by day. A FPGA based parking system has been proposed to conquer this problem.