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|Seguretat vial. Disseny d'un sistema anticol·lisió amb Arduino
|Sangrà Solé, Elisabet
|The automotive industry is increasingly changing and becoming more autonomous. In recent years, there has been an explosion in sensor car technology, which has led to the appearance of smart cars. With more and more advances in this field, the autonomous car will certainly come soon onto the market. A vehicle which collects and processes data from the environment is of great help to the driver and ensures extra security. The project¿s aim consists of building a small car with sensors in order to implement a collision avoidance system, designed to prevent accidents by detecting the presence of vehicles in front. In case of an imminent collision, the system acts autonomously without any intervention by the driver. The nature of this project makes it necessary to collect data from the surrounding environment in order to exactly calculate distances and speeds; which is achieved by Arduino, the car¿s brain, and by two primary sensors: ultrasound sensor (distances) and optointerruptor (speeds). Other devices are also used but these two are the most valuable. As a result, the system processes and analyzes data, establishes different scenarios and provides an adequate response if there is risk of an accident.
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VideoDemo - TFG_EliSangrà.MOV
|Vídeo demostració del vehicle davant d'un obstacle
|Codi Arduino - TFG_EliSangrà.zip
|Memòria del TFG
|Presentació del TFG