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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 6942-6950


Intelligent Ambulance Using Gps

] Sharmila.P, Jegatha.R, Rekha.C, Keerthana.G.M, Nivetha.T.


Abstract

The whole system was developed for providing the first aid facility to the patient in case of an emergency. This is basically an application which can be installed easily, this provides an interface between people and the emergency unit where the people can efficiently use the emergency unit in case of emergency. Once the accident is spotted one who accesses the application can view the nearby hospital within the km from the accident spot, which will help the victim to reach the hospital nearby without any inconvenience. Once the emergency unit is reported about the accident the ambulance reaches the accident spot on the way to the spot of accident or to the hospital, the ambulance may or may not struck in traffic jam. As we are living in a society with massive population and heavily crowded road, so to overcome the traffic jams and to take the patient to the hospital as early as possible this system helps a lot. Once the accident is spotted, identified and conformed an alert to the upcoming traffic signal enroute to the hospital or to the accident spot will be sent. Now the signals in the route will be continuously receiving the position coordinates of the ambulance’s the ambulance approaches the signal the incoming ambulance will be reported by the signal. The traffic lights convert s its light pattern once the ambulance reaches the signal. Similarly the entire signal in the root will be cleared. By this way the ambulance can get the free way to reach the hospital.

Key words: important , Health , Medical ,facilities, application , cab ,services etc






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