Problem Statement - Driving license controlled smart vehicle
Challenge description with context - As per RTO rule, driving a vehicle without license is an offense and manually it is very difficult to check everyone who is not holding license and driving vehicle. Every year around 5, 00,000 accidents happen, leaving some 1,50,000 people dead. "More people have died in road accidents than in all the wars India has fought," and it is really scary to drive on the roads when nobody observes traffic rules. Access to the vehicle must be prevented for the person who is not holding driving license.
Problem - Road accidents due to ineligible drivers can be reduced and safety can be increased by preventing unauthorised access to vehicle from a person who is not having license and other than actual user of that vehicle. RTO have simplified process of traffic problem. Unfortunately, if accident happens, RTO as well as police can easily detect identity of a person by biometric data available with license and linked at central server of RTO.
Users – State Govt. RTO office, Traffic Police & Citizens
Expected Outcomes - Deaths due to Road accidents can be reduced by preventing access to vehicle from a person without license and other than actual user of that vehicle. Much more complexity of detecting persons without license by RTO can be simplified. State Govt. RTO office, Traffic Police & Citizens can benefitted with this system.
Probable Discipline –Computer Science Engineer
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Course Features :
1 to 2 months
Published By Urban Area Social Problem