INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Authors

  • Aasif Attar UG STUDENT, SKN SINHGAD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE
  • Pratik Chaudhary UG STUDENT, SKN SINHGAD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE
  • Purva Dhuri UG STUDENT, SKN SINHGAD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE
  • Kiran Vaidya UG STUDENT, SKN SINHGAD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE
  • Prof.Venkatesan N UG STUDENT, SKN SINHGAD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE

Keywords:

RFID, traffic, IR sensors, Max 232

Abstract

The density of Traffic has grown tremendously in the past few years’ and due to which lot of problems arises because of delay in traffic. So to avoid and overcome these problems the intelligent traffic control system to pass emergency vehicles smoothly is proposed in this paper. Each individual vehicle is equipped with special radio frequency identification (RFID) tag (placed at a strategic location), which makes it impossible to remove or destroy. We use RFID reader, NSK EDK-125–TTL, and PIC16F877A system-on-chip to read the RFID tags attached to the vehicle. It counts number of vehicles that passes on a particular path during a specified duration. It also determines the network congestion, and hence the green light duration for that path. If the RFID-tag-read belongs to the stolen vehicle, then a message is sent using GSM SIM300 to the police control room. In addition, when an ambulance is approaching the junction, it will communicate to the traffic controller in the junction to turn ON the green light. This module uses ZigBee modules on CC2500 and PIC16F877A system-on-chip for wireless communications between the ambulance and traffic controller. The prototype was tested under different combinations of inputs in our wireless communication laboratory and experimental results were found as expected.

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Additional Files

Published

15-11-2015

How to Cite

Aasif Attar, Pratik Chaudhary, Purva Dhuri, Kiran Vaidya, & Prof.Venkatesan N. (2015). INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 1(4). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/24