Accident Tracking and Alert System

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2020
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Speed is one of the essential causes of car collisions. A lot of lives could have been spared if the ambulance department could get crash reports and get there fast. The device would then transmit the accident location obtained from the GPS to the GSM network. This will help you meet the ambulance service on time to save precious human life. Significant collisions on highways, motorways and local roads may have a huge social and economic impact. Minor incidents may be handled by passengers themselves and do not involve ambulance escorts, whereas major accidents requiring airbags require urgent intervention from the authorities. The Smart Accident Detection System (SADS) is a self-detection unit system that automatically notify Emergency Communication with a text message when the system senses an instant change in acceleration, rotation and impact force at the end of the car, describing the location and time of the accident. The theory is that, as soon as the device senses a crash, the authorities should be alerted promptly to avoid more car congestion and to allow passengers to be escorted to the hospital in a timely manner. The framework includes using logic as a decision support integrated into the smartphone program, which analyzes the input data from the sensors and makes a decision based on a series of laws.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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North South University
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