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A report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the VIII sem B.E. (IP) By GOPAL KALBURGI Roll No: 12 USN No: 2BV09IP010

Under the Guidance Prof. S.B.BURLI


APRIL, 2012

V. have not been submitted to any other institute or university for award of any degree or diploma. The contents of this seminar report. Hubli-580031. Ashok Shettar Principal . AND TECHNOLOGY HUBLI-31 Department of Industrial & Production Engineering CERTIFICATE This is to certify that the SEMINAR entitled “ INTELLIGENT SPEED ADAPTATION AND ACCIDENT AVOIDANCE SYSTEM ” submitted by Gopal Kalburgi to the B. Prof.K L E Society’s B.B. B.B. towards partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Engineering is a bonafide record of work carried out by him under our supervision. in full or in parts.V.S.Burli Guide Dr. Bhoomaraddi College of Engineering and Technology.Kotturshettar Head of department Dr.B. COLLEGE OF ENGG.

Burli for making this seminar report successful through their invaluable guidance at every stage of the seminar report.B. Student signature (Gopal kalburgi) . I would like to express my deep sense of gratitude for my guide Prof. V. S. I also thank Dr.B. At the outset. for helping me directly or indirectly in different stages of my seminar work. college of Engineering.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The successful completion of any task would be incomplete without mentioning the people who made it possible and whose guidance and encouragement has made my efforts successful.B. I am also thankful to all faculty members of the Industrial & Production Engineering Department of B.Kotturshettar for his encouragement in undertaking the task of this seminar. B.

With the proportion of the world’s population residing in urban areas projected to increase to more than two -thirds over the next 20 years or so. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) can help ease this strain through the application of modern information technology and communications. Many major cities in Malaysia such as Kuala Lumpur. The sources of congestion also produce another effect: variability in travel time. Traffic congestion remains one of the biggest problems in urban areas.ABSTRACT Today. social and economic implications. The interaction between these multiple sources is complex and varies greatly from day-to-day and road-to-road. The latter is defined in terms of how travel times vary over time e. hour-tohour. many cities in the world are facing serious land transport challenges. Increasing traffic congestion has brought with it environmental. trucks.g. The increasing demand for travel by highway and public transit is causing the transportation system to reach the limits of its existing capacity. more cities will find themselves facing the potentially crippling problems of traffic congestion. Congestion can be easily recognized: roads filled with cars. and with rising car ownership. Penang. sidewalks filled with pedestrians. buses. . Johor Bahru and others are currently facing serious transport problems as other big cities of the world. Congestion results from various sources on the road system. day-to-day.

Conclusion 12. Anti.1 Limitations of ISA 4. Types of ISA 2. Accident Avoidance System 7.1 Operation 8. Advantages & Disadvantages 5. Introduction 2.3 Optical Recognition 2. Traction Control System 7. Benefits of ISA 3.lock Braking System 8.1 Operation 9.2 Radio Beacons 2. Electronic Brake Force Distribution 10. References 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 19 23 24 .4 Dead Reckoning 3. Future Enhancements 6. Blind Spot Information System 11.1 GPS 2.TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter number with Title Page number 1.

2.1: Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) Figure 2.LIST OF FIGURES Figure Title Figure 1.2: EBD Working Figure 10.1: Anti.1: Electronic brake force distribution Figure 9.1: GPS Access through Car Figure 2.1: Traction Control System Figure 8.1: Radio Beacons Figure 2.2: Equipment Figure 10.1: Vehicle Using Blind Spot Figure 10.1: Original Image Figure 2.2: ORS Image Figure 7.Lock Braking System Figure Night Vision Page No 1 3 4 5 5 12 14 17 18 19 20 22 .3.