Self-activated commuting of train allying between stations

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The main aim of proposed work is to illustrate the driverless Metro train module. A driverless prototype train is designed using arm7 microcontroller that permits the operation of the train from one station to other. The proposed system aims in lowering the human intervention in Metro trains to as minimum as possible which in flip reduces the opportunity of human mistakes. In this work LPC2148 microcontroller has been used as CPU. The automatic stopping of the train is carried by RFID reader, which permits the train to stop while the RFID reader senses the RFID tags located inside the stations. The train is geared up with an obstacle detecting unit using ULTRSONIC sensor which stops the train when it senses the distance between obstacle and the train is less and results are displayed on an liquid crystal display.




Srinivasa Rao, G., Jagdeesh Chandra, S. V., Narendra Babu, A., Krishna Rao, E. V., Lakshmi Teja, G., Likitha, G., & Arun Kumar Reddy, Y. (2019). Self-activated commuting of train allying between stations. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(8), 1853–1856.

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