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Development Of Solar Powered Speed Warning System

Nur Adila, Misdar (2015) Development Of Solar Powered Speed Warning System. Project Report. UTeM, Melaka, Malaysia. (Submitted)

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It was recorded that road vehicle accidents in Malaysia were increasing yearly. The major cause to road accident is mostly caused by human speeding. Police department have been enforced the speed limits of vehicle to control the road accidents. Thus, to monitoring the traffic more efficiently, the speed of moving vehicle is determined by using calculation from the known distance and time as an approach to estimate the vehicles speed. This system is designed to reduce the road accidents in development of speed warning system by using solar power energy. Solar is used to provide the energy to the system in terms of saving environment and energy wastage. It requires a battery for store energy that automatically recharged from solar panel. Three light indicator used in this system based on the speed level of vehicle which are green, yellow and red as indicator. The indicator shows the condition of speed warning system whether in slow, fast and very fast condition. It is used to control the system based on the speed level to motivate the people to follow the rule and enhance the responsibility on the road. It will facilitate the police traffic to deal with traffic flow. At the same time, this system is implement to increase awareness of people for remain safety. Lastly, the performance test is done to show the effectiveness of the system.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Speed limits, Programmable controllers, Microcontrollers
Subjects: T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
Divisions: Library > Projek Sarjana Muda > FKE
Depositing User: Ahmad Tarmizi Abdul Hadi
Date Deposited: 09 Nov 2016 00:36
Last Modified: 09 Nov 2016 00:36

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