Sep 19, 2009
SOS Transmission Through Cellular Phones to Help Accident Victims
This paper describes an ORIGINAL IDEA to help cellular phone users caught in an accident. The idea has been developed keeping in mind the considerations of cost and compatibility with existing system. The Short Message Service or SMS as it is popularly referred to, is made use of for this purpose. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
The solution offered is the Force-Transducer method. The victim is assumed to be unconscious and the accident is detected automatically. Detailed simulation results at a scaled down level are provided for this solution. The threshold level is set based on data collected from the experiments.
The paper proceeds to suggest an abstract view of the software robot required to perform the Save Our Souls (SOS) message routing task. It uses a special hierarchical message dispatch system wherein people nearby and more likely to help are contacted. The robot also acts as a proxy to the victim and monitors responses for him.
This paper as a whole gives a cost-effective, high performance system which can be introduced in the market if any of the cellular companies are willing to encourage it.
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The system though complete presents a few limitations. They are, the system requires the user to place the cellular phone in a stand or connect the transducer to the vehicle in case of four wheelers. Though this might seem as if taking choice from the user, the fact that the system deals with a question of life or death is more important.
AUTHOR:- A.P.P. Kumar
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