Development of driver assistant system part I
Tan, Jayson Jun Long
Date of Issue2016-05-17
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Over the years, the advancement of technology has been rapid and this creates convenience in our daily life. For instance, the invention of automobile has helped to reduce the time spent, travelling from one place to another. However it has led to injury and even fatality when drivers are not careful. Accidents happen when drivers are unaware of the surroundings, due to laziness, complacency of their skills or feeling fatigue. Through the development of Driver Assistant System (DAS), 4 sensors are installed at left, right, front as well as at the rear of the vehicle respectively. These sensors will help to determine whether to speed up or slow down the vehicle and send a text message to alert the driver through his/her mobile phone. The aim of this report is to outline what the author had done and achieved throughout the project phase. This includes from purchasing the hardware components to the implementation and testing phase of DAS, and the searching of the tools that were required for the completion of this project. In conclusion, due to the complexity of implementation on the actual vehicle as well as time constraint, the author has designed a simulation software to conduct appropriate tests to obtain the results needed in this project.
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University