SPEED BREAKER AND POTHOLE MAPPING
Author(s):
BASAVARAJ JAKKALI
ISSN:
2349-6002
Cite This Article:
SPEED BREAKER AND POTHOLE MAPPINGInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Technology(www.ijirt.org) ,ISSN: 2349-6002 ,Volume 6 ,Issue 5 ,Page(s):1-3 ,September 2019 ,Available :IJIRT148666_PAPER.pdf
Keywords:
Speed breaker pothole mapping IOT
Abstract
The good road infrastructure is of great importance in any society, as it is one of the basic needs in today’s life. A bad condition of the road will create a plenty of problems. This doesn’t just slow down the traffic but also causes many accidents. The bad condition of the road also causes increase in valuable fuel consumption. The hurdles present in the road are one of the main causes for accidents. The hurdle may be a pothole, a speed breaker etc. which are quite common. It will be useful if the driver could get the indication that he is nearing the hurdle; thereby he can slow down accordingly. The world’s population is being increased gradually, which is resulting in increased population of vehicles. It is becoming more and more difficult to control the vehicular traffic. This is the main motivation for making the drivers more intelligent enough to avoid bad roads. Unexpected hurdles present on the road causes not only many accidents, but also results in increased use of fuel which is very precious. If we could gather the information about the bad conditions of the roads and distribute with other vehicles, that information may help drivers to be wise in choosing the roads and also get warnings when nearing the hurdle.
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