IJRE – Volume 1 Issue 4 Paper 1


Author’s Name :  A Gnana Selvakumar | A Prakash | N Rahul Prabu | M Naveen | D Robin

Volume 01 Issue 04  Year 2014  ISSN No:  2349-252X  Page no: 1 – 3






This paper aims to control the speed of vehicles at speed restricted areas such as schools, hospital zones etc. Nowadays the drivers driving the vehicles at high speed even in speed limited areas without considering the safety of the public. The traffic police are not able to control them. Also it is not practical to monitor. This project paves way to control the speed of the vehicles within certain limit in restricted zones without interruption of the drivers. An RFID reader is fixed in all the vehicles and tags will be placed in each zones for indicating the speed limits. These tags are programmed to send a signal that the reader comes in proximity. Whenever the vehicles enter into these zones their receivers will receive this code and the speed of the vehicles is controlled automatically with the help of the controller unit present inside the vehicle. The tags will be placed at the beginning and the end of the regions for which the speed should be reduced. The proposed work includes the alcohol sensor and to transfer the message to nearest police station, also the information is sent when the driver or owner tries to remove the RFID reader from the vehicle.


RF Transmitter and Receiver, Controller Unit, Alcohol Sensor, GSM Module


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