PROJECT TITLE :
A Blind Zone Alert System Based on Intra-Vehicular Wireless Sensor Networks
Because of the increasing number of sensors deployed in modern vehicles, intra-vehicular wireless sensor networks (IVWSNs) have recently received a lot of attention in the automotive trade, as they'll cut back the amount of wiring harness within a vehicle. By removing the wires, car makers can cut back the load of a vehicle and improve engine performance, fuel economy, and reliability. As well to these direct advantages, an IVWSN may be a versatile platform that may support different vehicular applications in addition. An example application, called a side blind zone alert (SBZA) system, that monitors the blind zone of the vehicle and alerts the driving force in a timely manner to stop collisions, is discussed in this paper. The performance of the IVWSN-based SBZA system is evaluated via real experiments conducted on 2 test vehicles. Our results show that the proposed system will achieve approximately ninety fivepercent-99% detection rate with less than fifteenpercent false alarm rate. Compared with business systems using radars or cameras, the main profit of the IVWSN-based mostly SBZA is substantially lower value.
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