alexa Abstract | Headlight Intensity Control Methods A Review
ISSN ONLINE(2320-9801) PRINT (2320-9798)

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Abstract

While driving vehicle on road during the night time, a clear perception of the road and traffic is obligatory. The probability of accidents has been increased considerably nowadays especially during night due to the heavy traffic and inappropriate night vision. In order to ensure safety of the drivers and passengers, various viable techniques can be employed in automobiles. A lighting control system establishes communication between various system inputs and outputs associated with lighting control with the help of central computing device. These systems impart right amount of luminance during night. The excessive headlight glare from the oncoming traffic deteriorates the eye sight of the driver resulting to temporary visual impair. To overcome this difficulty, an adaptive headlight intensity control system can be equipped in vehicles. This paper presents assorted effective methods to supervise the intensity of headlights.

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Author(s): Devashree Chilla, Manasi Joshi , Sanjyot Kajale , Seema Deoghare

Keywords

Intensity Control, Fuzzy Logic, Wireless Sensor Network, Image Processing, Pulse Width Modulation., Advanced Computing Architectures,Agent-Based Middleware,Calm Technology,CDMA/GSM Communication Protocol.

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