Embedded driver assistance system for effective dynamic vehicle routing
Publication Type:Conference Proceedings
Source:International Conference on Embedded Systems, ICES 2014, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., p.182-187 (2014)
Keywords:Algorithms, Automobile drivers, Data Fusion, data fusion algorithm, Dijkstra's algorithms, Driver assistance system, dynamic vehicle routing, eBox, Embedded systems, Image fusion, Image processing, Intelligent transport systems, Mathematical models, Minimum travel time, Real time traffics, Roads and streets, Traffic control, Travel time
This paper proposes a prototype of a system that considers the real time traffic scenario on the road to implement dynamic vehicle routing. Conventionally, a path which is shorter in distance is considered to take minimum travel time. However, this need not always be true. Depending upon the traffic density prevailing on the road at the given instant, the travel time may vary. The proposed system is developed with the help of a data fusion algorithm. The data fusion algorithm is prepared based on the information obtained from a mathematical model developed using Dijkstra's Algorithm and from Image Processing based on real time scenario. The entire system is made stand alone by using eBox. At the end of computation, the system provides assistance to the driver in choosing the path that would take minimum time for travel. © 2014 IEEE.
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