Publication Type:

Conference Paper


Proceedings - 2011 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, GHTC 2011, Seattle, WA, p.528-533 (2011)





Accelerometers, Central monitoring stations, Controllers, Data acquisition, Data Acquisition Card, Gateways (computer networks), Intelligent traffic systems, MATLAB, motes, Standards, Traffic control, Wireless sensor, Wireless sensor networks


<p>A smart traffic controller is designed using wireless sensor network that not only performs efficient traffic routing but also track over speeding vehicles. MicaZ motes (MPR2400, a 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.15.4, Tiny Wireless Measurement System (TWMS)) from Crossbow are utilized for this purpose. A gateway hardware and Data Acquisition Card (DAC) is employed to acquire, transmit and receive data. Over speed detection unit comprises of a microcontroller for interrupt generation and speedometer simulation. MatLab is used to process the acquired data. TinyOS v1.11 and cygwin is used for configuring the motes. Xsniffer from Crossbow is extensively used for packet sniffing. The paper analyzes and describes the entire software and hardware setup, the algorithms used, and the merits and constraints of the system. It also covers the demonstration model prepared to strengthen the theoretical model. © 2011 IEEE.</p>


cited By 2; Conference of 2011 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, GHTC 2011 ; Conference Date: 30 October 2011 Through 1 November 2011; Conference Code:88070

Cite this Research Publication

Rajesh Kannan Megalingam, Mohan, V., Leons, P., Shooja, R., and Ajay, M., “Smart Traffic Controller Using Wireless Sensor Network for Dynamic Traffic Routing and over Speed Detection”, in Proceedings - 2011 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, GHTC 2011, Seattle, WA, 2011, pp. 528-533.

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