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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 4184-4192

Iot Based Car Detection System With Machine Learning

Akansha Gupta, Poonam Verma.


AI, in the form of neural network models supervised learning, can be helpful in finding answers to difficult questions. A mask geographic deep convolution networks (Mask RCNN) and a transfer-learning-based vehicular detection method are used to swiftly deal with accident compensation issues. The Organization for Safe Global Motor Traffic estimates that between 20 and 50 million individuals are wounded or 1.3 million are killed on the world's roads every year. Every year, traffic accidents cost around 2% of the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of every country in the world. Systematically detecting accidents is the goal of smart incident detection technologies. The Internet of Things (IoT) facilitates the instantaneous transmission of data from a wide variety of interconnected devices, including sensors, to consideration was given such as first responders and law enforcement in the event of an accident. In order to do their job successfully the majority of the time and limit casualties in the case of a failure, smart hazard detection techniques must strike a balance between mechanization and autonomous and human surveillance and response. A system like this ought to be able to make up for human error. The damaged area of a vehicle is located using techniques, and the seriousness of the damage is estimated. Transfer learning, which takes advantage of pre-trained models for a different type of object recognition problem, has yielded very promising results. Results from our projections suggest that transfer training and L2 regularization can improve performance over fine-tuning in some situations.

Key words: Car , Detection , System , Machine

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