Automatic Street Light Intensity Control and Road Safety Module using Embedded System
Author(s):
Khalid Masood, Piyush Agnihotri, Brijesh Kumar Dubey
Keywords:
Street light intensity control; PIR sensors; LDR; alcohol detection; alcohol sensors; skin sensors; proximity sensors; reduced power consumption; safer roadways
Abstract
This paper is aimed at creating safer roadways with intelligent light system to reduce power consumption. This system has automatic street light intensity control based on the vehicular movement and switching ON and OFF of street lights depending on the light ambiance. This will help in reducing the power consumption during hours of meager road usage. The street light module is installed consequently for every certain distance. This paper also aims at reducing road accidents by detecting consumption of alcohol by the driver. This can be implemented using alcohol sensor module which contains skin sensor, breath alcohol sensor and proximity sensor. The skin sensor and breadth alcohol sensor detects the presence of alcohol content and the proximity sensor helps in detecting any kind of malpractice. The novelty of this paper is to effectively reduce the energy consumption of the street lights by controlling the street light’s intensity, sensing both human as well as vehicular movement and injury and death caused by drunk driving can be prevented by prior sensing of the alcohol content in drivers by a simple and economical way
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Unique Paper ID: 146271

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 12

Page(s): 43 - 46
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