Exigency of Vehicular Accidents Detection through Paging using GSM Technology

  • Malla Poojith
Keywords: Road accidents, Fatality Rate, Cellular communication, paging service, Mobile device, GSM module, medical emergency

Abstract

 Nowadays, the rate of vehicular accidents is increasing at a tremendous rate. There are many causes of road accidents and fatalities. One of the important causes of the increasing fatality rate is the lack of immediate medical attention. This problem can be solved if immediate medical attention can be provided to the accident victims. There are a lot of existing algorithms that were designed for this purpose. In this paper, an algorithm is proposed, which utilizes cellular communication paging service to notify regarding the accidents. This process is mobile device independent as this setup is fixed to the car and uses the GSM module for requesting medical emergency.

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Published
2020-08-29
How to Cite
Poojith, M. (2020). Exigency of Vehicular Accidents Detection through Paging using GSM Technology. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (AJCT), 6(2), 12-15. https://doi.org/10.33130/AJCT.2020v06i02.003