IJRE – Volume 5 Issue 2 Paper 3


Author’s Name :  R Ashok Kumar | N Rathinavel | S Sathish Kumar | K Velmurugan

Volume 05 Issue 02  Year 2018  ISSN No:  2349-252X  Page no: 7 – 10






The road transportation is the major transportation in India. Since many people use road way there are many tough roads. According to the MVACT 1998, section 112, the vehicles that should follow only the regulated speed when there is a speed limit board in any specific region. Our traffic system has very minor control over vehicles, hence it is significant to control the speed of the vehicle in many areas such as school regions, hospitals and so on but still they need a change in the controlling system in the areas like high ways and fast lane in metro cities. To make all the possible gradual decrease of speed control is essential to monitor. In order to reduce this, we have proposed a steady speed limiting system by using beacons to connect the controlling system and the vehicle that are done automatically. So, that the vehicle control is done at higher rate. System fixed over both the sides will enhance the proper and regulated controlling.


Beacon, Speed Control, Range, Road Side Device, Alcoholic Sensor, Limiter, Sensing


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