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JCR. 2020; 7(8): 2874-2879


Designing a Advanced Technique for Detection and Violation of Traffic Control System

Saravanan Alagarsamy, S.Ramkumar, Kartheeban Kamatchi, Hari Shankar, Ajith Kumar, Sanjeev Karthick, Praveen Kumar.

Abstract
The main intention of this paper is to design a framework for detection and analyzing the activity of drivers violating the traffic rules. Advanced system
monitors the activities of drivers, if the violations of traffic rules happen then immediately report to the control room and give the assistance to the
drivers. The proposed system track the activities of drivers and then faults are stored in the database, which may be used for the future investigation.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is used to gather the information about the violation of drivers. The RFID tag is embedded with two components,
first one is computer vision mainly used to recognize and identify the traffic sign for the whole day. Event recorder is used to record the activities of
traffic violation and stored in the database. This architecture is used as effective tool for detecting and analyzing the activities of drivers violating.

Key words: Radio frequency identification, Charge coupled device, Global System for Mobile



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