IJREE- Volume 1 Issue 2 Paper 6


Author’s Name :  Mrs S Saritha | N Prabu | S Priya | V Ramkumar | J Satheeshkumar

Volume 01 Issue 02  Year 2014  ISSN No:  2349-2503  Page no: 24-27



In the present world, with the growing number of vehicles, traffic has increased to a very greater extent. This mainly has a major impact on the vehicles dealing with an emergency situation .The system employs assistance to such emergency vehicles without any human effort. Conventional technologies use the manual or semi manual systems. Manual system uses the manpower. The semi manual methods use the fixed interval traffic light and image processing which do not distinguish between the emergency and other vehicles. In this Project IOT based Android Application will display the current Railway cross status, Traffic signal Status, Heavy Traffic status and Alternative Path selection. By using our IOT based Android Application in smart phone the drive can reach the target in time. The goal of this Project is to develop a IOT based Android Application for the Emergency Vehicle to reach the target in time. As an emerging technology, IoT enables a machine-to- machine connectivity without a network infrastructure. Therefore, IoT is strongly considered a technology for communications in emergency environments. Especially, a WiFi protocol is under standardization as IEEE 802.11 ah for IoT-based long-range communications. However, the service range is not enough to cover a communication area in emergency situations. This paper addresses a consumer transceiver for long range communications of IoT in emergency environments. The transceiver is based on IEEE 802.11 ah WiFi protocol which is under standardization for low-cost and low-power service.

Key Words:

Consumer transceiver, WiFi, IoT communications


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