Synergizing RF Technology for Dynamic Vehicle Speed Detection and Comprehensive Sensor Telemetry: A Cost-Efficient and Low-Power Paradigm

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Mythili Boopathi, Arpita Roy, Anurag Sinha


With improvements in detection technologies, it is now simpler than ever to find those who are traveling too fast, failing to buckle their seatbelts, or falling asleep in driverless vehicles.  But building more robust solutions is crucial in nations like India where people are skilled enough to get around sophisticated systems like number plate identification with just some reflector tape that they can buy on Amazon or Flipkart. To address these situations, an active RFID system is proposed that will log the information needed to execute safety guidelines every two to three minutes and send it to a receiver that can be deployed about five kilometers away. System installation from the manufacturer may be made mandatory, and stringent registration during RC registration may be required. Slowing down or fastening their seatbelts close to checkpoints can be used to trick the detector cameras. Using this method such incidents are easily detected because the system can track the behavior of the car from starting the ignition. Low accuracy caused by weather circumstances like fog, smog, and under or overexposed lightning conditions become essentially nonexistent with this system because it is based on radio wave technology and low-distance data collection. As a result, this system compels the entity to obey all safety guidelines with the greatest accuracy while moving at an optimal speed.

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