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									         INTERNATIONAL Communication OF ELECTRONICS AND
International Journal of Electronics and JOURNALEngineering & Technology (IJECET), ISSN 0976 –
6464(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6472(Online), Volume 5, Issue 4, April (2014), pp. 36-42 © IAEME
 COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (IJECET)
ISSN 0976 – 6464(Print)
ISSN 0976 – 6472(Online)                                                      IJECET
Volume 5, Issue 4, April (2014), pp. 36-42
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  EMBEDDED BASED ROBOTIC VEHICLE PROTECTION USING STISIM
                       SOFTWARE

                                    Mr. Sarthak Pareek B.Tech
                    Anand International College of Engineering Jaipur, Rajasthan



ABSTRACT

        The Project mainly focuses on the design the project for a robotic Vehicle Protection with
Embedded Technology and stisim software which is a driving simulator. In this project there Are two
sections, one is a vehicle unit another one is a monitoring unit using stisim software. Temperature is
measured with the help of temperature sensor. Fuel Level measurement using Float. That sensor’s
output is given to the amplifier unit. After the amplification this output is given to the ATMEGA
controller. Speed measurement using proximity sensor. This sensor’s output is given to ATMEGA
controller via (Signal Conditioning Unit) SCU. ATMEGA calculate the speed from this signal. If the
vehicles have very high speed immediately turn off the vehicle by relay circuit. Here we used flash
type reprogrammable controller. In the event of Accident ATMEGA controller transmits all these
signals to the (personnel computer) PC via (Global System for Mobile communication) GSM
MODEM. Other unit is a monitoring unit.GSM MODEM will receive those signals where the PC act
as the Police station server. In case of accident some voice sound can be generated in the PC for
attention. RS 232 is a serial communication cable. All sensed parameters are displayed in the Police
station server. If vehicle is theft means we can locate the vehicle with the help of (Global Positioning
system) GPS by using Internet Maps. And also we can stop the vehicle with the help of relay. This
project is helpful for Police investigation purposes.
        Now to have its complete safety it should be free from accidents too which can be prevented
with the help of driving simulator. The simulator starting from what is happening in the real-world and
developing software for it; not from developing software and then trying to apply it to the real-world.
Simulator software is physically realistic, that allows one to get the data and driving behavior they
need, and that produces evidence based results. New driving simulator research offers to help old and
new drivers to stay safe. stisim drive asserted its driving simulation software is the best for it this
software offer many benefits.

INDEX TERMS: ATMEGA, STSIM, GPS.



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I. INTRODUCTION

        Present industry is increasingly shifting towards automation. The principle component of
today’s industrial automation is programmable robots. In order to aid the tedious work and serve to the
mankind, today there is a general tendency to develop an intelligent operation. Road accidents and rear
end crashing are human tragedy. They involve high human suffering and monetary cost in terms of
untimely deaths injuries and loss of potential income. Although we have undertaken many initiatives
and are implementing various road safety programs, During the year 2010, there were close to 5 lakhs
road accidents in India, which resulted in more than 1.3 lakh deaths and inflicted injuries on 5.2 lakh
person these numbers translate into one road accident every minute and one road accident deaths every
4 minutes unfortunately more than half the victims are in the economically active age group of 25-65
years. It means that In New Delhi, the capital of India, the frequency of traffic collisions is 40 times
higher than the rate in London, the capital of the United Kingdom. Many a countries have curbed the
menace of road accidents by adopting a multipronged approach to road safety that encompasses broad
range of measures such as, traffic management, design and quality of road infrastructure, application
of intelligent transport systems, safer vehicles, law enforcement etc. The Government alone cannot
tackle road safety problems. There is a need for very active involvement of all stack- holders to
promote policy reform and implementation of road safety measures. This Project Concern Different
sensor like Vibration, Temperature, Speed, Level and also Limit switches those signals fed to
ATMEGA. ATMEGA Microcontroller is the heart of the device which handles all the sub devices
connected across it. the use of the driving simulation is that it provides the real time experience for the
drivers. The focus of the Driving Simulation is on interdisciplinary research on transportation and
human factors to help improve safety, considering the interaction among the driver, vehicle and
surrounding environment. This project is very helpful for Police Investigating purposes.

II. CONCOMITANT WORK

        In general Vehicle Black Box system should store position information and in-vehicle data
have Store position information and in-vehicle data have reliable position solution Use wireless
communications for data exchange with the box allow third party services . In this paper, we propose
this model to enhance smart phone security and user privacy. It is likely that Smartphone will have a
strong presence in the future mobile phone market. Smartphone are often equipped with additional
functionality of many things such as GPS systems, cameras, Wi-Fi, FM radios, Bluetooth, and various
sensors. They can support many new applications such as Internet services, photography applications,
and location based services. There are many demands for smart phone securities models in today's
world. We implement a prototype of Different User on a real Smartphone system, Android, which is an
open source platform. Although Android is based on the Linux kernel, it is a new OS specifically
designed for mobile devices. This system have three different users such as(1) administrative users,
who have complete control over Smartphone; (2) normal users, who have many Smartphone privileges
but cannot install or uninstall critical system applications; (3) guest users, who have very limited
privileges. Finally this paper we cannot fix exiting security flaws in smart phone system with reference
queries. Wireless Black Box Using MEMS Accelerometer and GPS Tracking for Accidental
Monitoring of Vehicles. In this work, wireless black box using MEMS accelerometer and GPS
tracking system is developed for accidental monitoring. The system consists of cooperative
components of an accelerometer, microcontroller unit, GPS device and GSM module. In the event of
accident, this wireless device will send mobile phone short massage indicating the position of vehicle
by GPS system to family member, emergency medical service (EMS) and nearest hospital. The system
is compact and easy to install under rider seat. The system has been tested in real world applications
using bicycles. The test results show that it can detect linear fall, non-linear fall and normal ride with

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high accuracy. Only Possible for two Wheeler sere discussed in reference paper. Ev Evidence collection
from car black box system those paper concern will transmit the information from Black Box to the
server through Smartphone. Initially Smartphone will authenticate to the server by means of password.
                                     transmit
After Authentication black box will transmit the information to the smart phone. Driver handles the
smart phone to transmit the information to the vehicle. Here this method is difficult to transmit the
information because during accident driver also .In many cases without VANET Infrastructure, 3G
networks can be used for transmitting video clip data. Every car is equipped with car black box,,
Global Positioning System(GPS) and GSM MODEM. The devices are always turning ON When car
moves. Car Black Box and can communicate with each other in order to transmit data by wireless
communication.

III. TOOLS USED

       Now for the monitoring purpose the working of the software used in this project was STISIM
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driving simulation software. The software, the car and the three projectors were all simulated together
to make a working model of the system. The following axis system was followed.

Simulation Axis Systems: STISIM Drive uses three completely different axis systems to specify the
                                                                    axis
driving simulation environment: the roadway axis system, the screen axis system, and the model axis
system.

Roadway Axis System: The roadway axis system is 3D and in relation to the driver in the driving
environment. This axis system is used in the SDL when positioning vehicles, buildings, pedestrians
                     n
and other 3D models in the virtual environment.

Longitudinal Position (or Distance): Refers to the X axis, the longitudinal line out from the driver
going down the road. Positive values indicate forward and negative values indicate backwards along
this axis.

Lateral Position (or Distance): Refers to the Y axis, the lateral left/right line with the roadway
dividing line as zero. Positive values indicate a position to the right the roadway dividing line.
                                                                     ding
Negative values a position to the left. Note that the roadway’s dividing line, is not necessarily always
the center of the roadway, but the dividing line between traffic. Using this method allows for flexibility
in defining an uneven number of lanes on either side of the road.

Vertical Position: Referring to the Z axis, the vertical up/down line from the roadway ground, which
                                        axis,
is defined at zero. Positive values indicate a position above the ground, negative values below.




                                         Roadway Axis System

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Screen Axis System: The screen axis system is a 2D (X, Y) coordinate system in relation to the
physical display screen. This axis system is often used for positioning screen-based objects that are not
affected by the immediate simulation environment such as the driver s dashboard displays, mirrors
and any images you wish to “overlay” the virtual environment with. Horizontal Position: Refers to
the X axis, left/right positions across the screen. Position values can range from 0 to 1 and can be
conceptualized as proportion of the horizontal screen space. A value of 0 is the far left and a value of 1
is the far right. Vertical Position: Refers to the Y axis, vertical positions across the screen. Position
values can range from 0 to 1 and can be conceptualized as the proportion of the vertical screen space.




                                          Screen Axis System

Model Axis System: The final axis system is the model axis system. This system defines how the 3D
graphics models are oriented in 3D space. When adding models or manipulating models in the
roadway environment you will need to know how the model orients itself in the world and what the
various axes are. The image to the right depicts the position and orientation axis for all STISIM Drive
models. It should be noted that the orientation of the model aligns with the roadway axis system; with
the longitudinal X axis being positive going down the road, the lateral Y axis going positive to the right
of the model, and the vertical Z axis going positive up. This illustration also shows the angle
orientation axis. Therefore in the documentation if the word Yaw (or heading) is used it refers to
angular rotation about the vertical Z axis. Pitching refers to angular rotation about the lateral Y axis.
Finally, roll refers to angular motion about the longitudinal X axis.




                                          Model Axis System

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IV. WORKING MODULE

The following is the piece of code in scenario description language written to make the scenario:

-1 AUTHOR: SARTHAK PAREEK
-1 DATE: 06-21-2013 -1
-1 DESCRIPTION:
-1 small town shops- left on Opal St.
-1 traffic light monitoring -1
-1 VEHICLE SPEED: 45 MPH
-1 APPROX TOTAL DIST: 6500 ft
-1 APPROX START DIST: 000 ft.

{Tags Defiles = C:\User\Students\MyProject\PDEs Speed Limit = C:\User\Students\MyProject\Speed
Limit Textures = C:\User\Students\MyProject\Textures} -1 END SIMULATION: 8600 End
Simulation

-1 ----------------- CRASH SETTINGS --------------------- -1 0, Previously Defined Events,
%Defiles%\CrashSettings_Shops.pde -1 SPEED LIMIT: 45 mph 0, Speed Limit, 48, 0 0, Police
Begin, 2 150, Sign, 100, 0, %Speed Limit%\Sp45Mph.mesh 1200, Sign, 100, 0, %Speed
Limit%\Sp45Mph.mesh

 2200, Sign, 100, 0,             %Speed   Limit%\Sp45Mph.mesh       4800,   Sign,   100,   0,   %Speed
Limit%\Sp45Mph.mesh

-1 ----------------- DATA SAVE -------------------------- -1 DIST, TIME, SPEED, LATP, VHEAD, SW,
THROT, BRK, PANLT, PANRT 0, Begin Block Save, 1, .099, DATA, 6, 1, 4, 7, 10, 26, 27, 28, 33,
340, Previously Defined Events, %Defiles%\Shops_4_A01.pde -1 INT-01 (2000 FT)

1000, Previously Defined Events, %Defiles%\Shops_4_A02.pde -1 INT-02 (3000 FT) 2000,
Previously Defined Events, %Defiles%\Shops_4_A03.pde -1 INT-03 (4000 FT)
------------------------------------------------------------- RIGHT TURN 4200, Previously Defined Events,
%Defiles%\Shops_4_A04.pde -1 INT-04 (6000 FT)

5200, Previously Defined Events, %Defiles%\Shops_4_A05.pde -1 INT-05 (7000 FT) 6200,
Previously Defined Events, %Defiles%\Shops_4_A06.pde -1 INT-06 (8000 FT)
------------------------------------------------------------- LEFT TURN -1 INITIATE TREE MODEL TYPE
-1 all types except palm trees 0, Tree, 0, 0, 15, 0{0}, 0{0}, 0 -1 ROAD CURVE 0, Curve, 0, 500, 500,
500, 0.001 4700, Curve, 0, 500, 500, 500, -0.001 -1 ROAD: 4 lanes, double yellow, no medium, grass
0, Roadway, 12, 4, 2, 2, 1, 10, 10, 0.4, 0.4, 0, -1, %Textures%\Road15.Jpg, 255/255/255, 6, 0, -1,
%Textures%\Road15.Jpg,               255/255/255,         6,     0,  -5,    8,   %Textures%\Road15.Jpg,
%Textures%\Grass05.Jpg, 255/255/255, 12, 0, 0, , , , 0 Following is the glimpse of how the output
looks like while the scenario is being tested.



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                                          Output of stisim


V. CONCLUSION

        The progress in science & technology is a non-stop process. New things and new technology
are being adding up continusely. As the technology grows day by day, we can imagine about the future
in which thing we may occupy every place. The proposed system based on ATMEGA microcontroller
is found to be more compact, user friendly and less complex, which are ready to be used in order to
perform. Though it is designed keeping in mind about the need for industry, it can extended for other
purposes such as commercial & research applications. Due to the probability of high technology
(ATMEGA microcontroller) used this protection system is fully software controlled with less
hardware circuit. The feature makes this system is the base for future systems. Driving simulators are
very popular and valuable in gaming and training. However, their benefits don't end there. They have
already expanded them to clinical industries. And according to Stisim Drive, they provide the most
cost-effective software that could ensure those simulators produce accurate and reliable results.

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