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JCR. 2020; 7(12): 2278-2283


EMERGENCY VEHICLE CONTROLLED TRAFFIC SYSTEM BASED ON RFID TECHNOLOGY WITH LABVIEW SIMULATION

Dr. Vasu babu M, Dr.S Prasanna, T Janardhan, Prasad babu K.

Abstract
Road traffic management has develop a major problem in today's society due to the development of suburbanisation. This results in a traffic jam at intersections, which in turn reasons delays in ambulances. To incredulous this difficult, this document presents a simple emergency vehicle controlled traffic system. The chief impartial of this scheme is to control traffic, permitting an ambulance to reach a specific place deprived of consuming to break everyplace until it reaches its endpoint. This structure contains RFID technology and LabVIEW software. An RFID reader reads the identification quantity beginning the conforming emergency vehicle RFID tag and then sends it to the LPC 1768H microcontroller, which is programmed, with the support of the built-in C commands. This microcontroller can communicate with the input and output elements. RFID readers deliver evidence to the microcontroller to relate the conventional ID with the avoidance ID deposited in its memory. If the ID attained is combined with one of the IDs, a green signal is emitted along the ambulance method or there is no change in the signal. The signal will not change green until the additional reader perceives the similar tag on additional direction. If the tag is noticed on additional direction, a standard traffic signal process is achieved. This system comprises comment of the simulation. The process achieved on the hardware circuit is discussed in a similar way on the LabVIEW front panel. In addition, the designed system has a modest architecture, fast response times, ease of considerate of the work module, ease of use and the possibility of further development.

Key words: Ambulance, Traffic System, RFID Technology, VISA tool, MAX 232, RS 232, LabVIEW, monitoring section.



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