Smart Vehicular System based on the Internet of Things

Smart Vehicular System based on the Internet of Things

Midde Ranjit Reddy (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, India), K. G. Srinivasa (Ch. Bramh Prakash Government Engineering College, New Delhi, India) and B. Eswara Reddy (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, India)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 18
DOI: 10.4018/JOEUC.2018070103

Abstract

With the advent of smart city and its implications, different components of the smart city such as traffic, pollution monitoring, infotainment and others need to be considered as well for enabling the complete smartness. One of the major components of the smart city is regulation of traffic and its standards for smooth vehicular movement and it depends on the road conditions and environment. Road conditions provide valuable information for developing assistive systems for the vehicles and to be provided and trained with different road conditions for better accuracy and finally enabling the smartness around the system. With the increasing vehicular population around the globe and in developing countries like India, assistive systems based on Internet of Things (IoT) play a major role in developing smart systems for the vehicles. Once the population of the vehicles increases, assistive systems need a smart mechanism for parking as well. The proposed Internet of things (IoT) based system provides the user with different conditions of the road and a smart parking solution.
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Several related studies from 1950’s suggest that the deterioration of the road surface is the main factor for vehicle conditions related to operating costs, increased fuel consumption, drive comfort (Dahlberg, 1979; National Quality Initiative Steering Committee[NQISC], 1996). In (Wong, 2001; Ndoye, Vanjari, Huh, Krogmeier, Bullock, Hedges, & Adewunmi, 2006) road profile elevation analysis has been carried out using sine waves, step functions or triangular waves. In these studies, it has been shown that vertical acceleration of a point depends on the horizontal velocity i.e. vertical acceleration depends on the car’s velocity.

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