PROJECT ON VEHICLE TO VEHICLE WIRELESS COMMUNICATION USING BLUETOOTH AND GPS (No of pages: 79)

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Chapter-1

INTRODUCTION ABOUT PROJECT

Chapter-2

VEHICLE TRACKING SYSTEM

Chapter -3

TECHNICAL OVERVIEW

Chapter-4

LITERATURE SURVEY

Chapter-5

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Chapter-6

COMPONENTS

Chapter-7

GPS OPERATION

Chapter-8

MODULES

Chapter-9

BLOCK DESCRIPTION

Chapter-10

CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION

Chapter-11

RESULT AND CONCLUSION

Chapter-12

FUTURE SCOPE

Chapter-13

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INTRODUCTION:

Vehicle-to-vehicle communications subsists of an incorporated wireless network infrastructure in which the automobiles can send messages and signals to each and every vehicle about the information at which what is happening in real-time. These data may include speed of the vehicle, the location of the vehicle, travel direction of the vehicle and capacity of the vehicle and stability loss of the vehicle. Usually these devices are small and inexpensive, so that they can be produced and deployed in large numbers, and so their resources in terms of energy, memory, computational speed and bandwidth are severely constrained. Each device is equipped with a radio transceiver, a small microcontroller, and an energy source, usually a battery.

OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT:

 

  1. To learn planning and operation of wireless networks.
  2. To study various wireless LAN and WAN concepts.
  3. To Investigation and design of wireless, both vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication and vehicle-to-roadside (V2R) communication system .
  4. To implementing this system behind the main goal to avoid road accidents.
  5. To development of a system based on wireless sensors for vehicle surveillance technology.

 

Problem statement and literature review:

PROBLEM STATEMENT:

This problem could be found in almost any part of a sensor node and the sensor network. In computing subsystem, MCU’s have various operating modes. The power of these modes should be carefully considered to prolong the lifetime of the network. In addition, another kind of consumption of power which cannot be ignored is the changing between these modes. Communication is a major consumer of energy, especially in RX and TX mode. However, radio standing in IDLE mode still consumes as high power as in RX mode. And again, startup in some cases and changing in the radio’s operation mode can consume a large amount of power.

LITERATURE REVIEW:

The term wireless is normally used to refer to any type of electrical or electronic operation that is accomplished without the use of a “hard wired” connection, though they may be accomplished with the use of wires if desired. Wireless communication is the transfer of information over a distance without the use of electrical conductors or “wires”. The distances involved may be short (a few meters as in television remote control) or very long (thousands or even millions of kilometers for radio communications). When the context is clear the term is often simply shortened to “wireless”.

Characteristics of WSN

 

Unique characteristics of a WSN are:

Small-scale sensor nodes

Limited power they can harvest or store

Harsh environmental conditions

Node failures

Mobility of nodes

Dynamic network topology

Communication failures

Heterogeneity of nodes

Large scale of deployment

Unattended operation

 

Research methodology and references:

 

RESEARCH DESIGN

The research design used in this project is Analytical in nature the procedure using, which researcher has to use facts or information already available, and analyze these to make a critical evaluation of the performance.

 

DATA COLLECTION METHOD

The data collection method in this research is questionnaire method. The data will be systematically recorded from the respondents.

MODULES OF THE SYSTEM:

Modules are typically incorporated into the program (software) through interfaces. This Project introduce three modules of V2V communication system.

  1. Designing the system:
  • Realize on dedicated short range communication(DSRC) in the 5.9 Ghz band set aside by the FCC.
  • Enables real time exchange of basics anonymous speed and location data between vehicles and ultimately with infrastructure(V2I), consumer devices.
  • Provider crash avoidance capability between cars, buses, trucks and even motorcycles, bikes, traffic signals and other infrastructure.
  1. Getting GPS coordinate and send them to module :
  • Vehicle to vehicle communication system becomes very important now a days. Especially, for detecting the vehicles if you have GPS system installed in your vehicle you can detect vehicle location.
  • GPS coordinate are the value of locations. This system is very efficient for outdoor application.
  1. Server side programming :
  • Server side is often used to provide a customize interface for the user. These scripts may assemble client characteristics for used in customizing the response based on those characteristics.
  • When the server service data in commonly used manner. For example, according to the HTTP or FTP protocols.
  • Program that run on user local computer without ever sending or receiving data over network are not consider client.

TOOLS AND TECHONOLGY:

  • Vehicle On-Board Unit or Equipment (OBU or OBE)
  • Roadside Unit or Equipment (RSU or RSE)
  • Safe Communication Channel

 

COMPONENT OF SYSTEM :

  • Arduino UNO
  • GPS Receiver
  • GPS Antena
  • LCD Display
  • Bluetooth Transmitter
  • Power Supply
  • Joystick

 

HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS:

HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Arduino UNO
  • GPS Antenna
  • GPS Receiver
  • Bluetooth Transmitter
  • LCD Display 2.

SOFTWARE REQUIRED

  • Design Tool : Arduino 1.6.9
  • Operating System : Windows XP/Windows 7/Windows 8

 

DATA COLLECTION SOURCES:

The data would be collected through Primary and secondary sources both.

PRIMARY DATA:

The primary data will be collected from the discussion with developer, data’s collected through questionnaire.

SECONDARY SOURCE:

Secondary data would be collected from records, internet, journals, magazines and books, internet.

QUESTIONNAIRE:

A well defined questionnaire that is used effectively can gather information on both overall performance of the test system as well as information on specific components of the system.

 

SAMPLING METHOD

In this research, the sampling methods will be used are Random sampling, Convenience sampling and Snowball sampling.

 

SAMPLE SIZE:

The sample size for this study will be 100 employees.

STATISTICAL TOOLS USED

  • Percentage analysis
  • Pie diagrams
  • Routing signals

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