T. Venkanna Babu, M. Anjil Reddy, E. Srushank, K. Akshith , A. Ramesh chary
crack detection, GSM, GPS, ultrasonic sensor, infrared sensor.
India, the country with the fourth-largest railway community in the world, uses trains more frequently than any other country. Despite the remarkable growth of Indian Railways, the organization is still beset by several severe problems, including an unmonitored track that can lead to derailments, problems at gate crossings, and fire mishaps. As the seasons change, the tracks get smaller and bigger. As a result, the track may develop cracks. The suggested system uses sensors to detect fractures and impediments on the track, and it uses a GSM and GPS module to send an SMS to the control room informing them of the situation. The majority of accidents are caused by improper train navigation, which can be reduced with the use of ultrasonic sensors. The sensor stops the train if it senses any obstacle on its way. Likewise, the majority of accidents can be reduced.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

Page(s): 348 - 350
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