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In-Vehicle Safety Box

IVSB is designed to provide safety and parental control features, all packaged in a single box. The system detects and alerts drowsy drivers, and reports GPS coordinates to relevant parties in case of accidents...
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Seham El Sayegh

on 2 September 2013

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By: Jung-hunk Yeo
IVSB
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data
31% of all fatal crashes involve speeding
19% of the fatalities in US were related to young-driver crashes (2007)
Accidents due to drowsy driving: 2.6% of total fatal car crashes -> 83000 accidents/year
NHTSA Statistics
IN-VEHICLE SAFETY BOX
Reduce number of accidents due to drowsy driving
Drowsy Driving - Related Work

Attention Assist System in Mercedes cars
1
New Sofisticated Cars:
Other cars have no embedded system implemented
Drowsy Driving - Related Work

2
Rumble Strips
Added to the roads sideways
3
Driver Attention Warning System
Monitoring the eyes using an infrared camera
Our Solution - In-Vehicle Safety Box (IVSB)


Detect Drowsy Driving
Parental Control – SMS Parents when:
vehicle’s speed exceeds a certain value
vehicle leaves a predefined radius

Reporting Accidents
automatically at major accidents
manually by pressing ‘SOS’ button
In-Vehicle Safety Box - System Functions


In-Vehicle Safety Box

Driver’s Eye Detection Method of Drowsy
Driving Warning System
Detect
Drowsy
Driving
1
Previous Work
Previous Work
US Patent 6130617
US Patent 6243015
A Method for Real-Time Eye
Blink Detection
and Its Application
Chinnawat Ayudhya
Thitiwan Srinark
Algorithm
2
Parental
Control
SMS Parents when vehicle:
speed exceeds a certain value
leaves a predefined radius
Speed Monitoring
Distance
Monitoring
Reporting
Accidents
Automatic Crash Response
Emergency Services
Crisis Assist
OnStar Service
When pressed sends SMS containing:
Location coordinates
To the specified parties (done in Config)
Phase
3
automatically at major accidents
manually by pressing ‘SOS’ button
Overall System
1
2
Haji Akhundov
Seham El Sayegh
Zainab Quraishi
Phase
Beagle Board
BBxM
- 1GHz TI Cortex A8
PC
– 2GHz/processor
Processor Speed
RAM
Beagle Board
- 512MB
PC
- 3GB
Issues Faced?
Installing Ubuntu
Installing OpenCV library
Multiple services/deamons decrease performance
Memory footprint of code was large – optimization
Running programs on startup
UART, USB and DDC (I2C compliant) interfaces
User configurable power management
GPS Antenna
SMA connector
Center frequency at 1575 MHz (GPS standard)
GPS
Easy GPS w/ Antenna
GSM
Smart G100 w/Antenna
SPEED Limit set to 50 km/h
DISTANCE Limit set to 1 km
SOS Button
Getting the data from the GPS module that we are interested in such as latitude, longitude and speed:
GPS - Data
National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) standard
$GPGLL,2505.53915,N,05509.39068,E,062718.00,A,A*671
$GPVTG,,T,,M,0.567,N,1.050,K,A*23
Determining the distance between two geographical locations:
Haversine formula
Highlights
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3
2
1
Overall System
Lab Setup
Car Setup
Simpler/cheaper microcontroller, implements specific tasks without the use of an OS
(OR) Migrate project fully/partially to a mobile phone
Overall reduced cost system
Future Work
Phase 3
Obtained from: www.onstar.com
By Jung-hunk Yeo
Any questions?
In-Vehicle Safety Box
?
Thank you.
Source - http://s281.photobucket.com/albums/kk223/peter-m/Splitting%20Pixels/?action=view&current=car-sketch.jpg&sort=ascending
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