Desenvolvimento de sistema de segurança veicular a baixo custo contra acidentes por abertura de porta

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


The increasing number of accidents on roads and highways around the world is causing concern in many government agencies. Because of that, actions have been proposed to eradicate this reality, which claims the lives of millions annually. Within the different types of traffic accidents occurring, one specific has gained space in the media, which involves the door of a vehicle, improperly opened, causing collision with a cyclist, motorcyclist or other vehicle. The law states to be responsible for the accident the one who opened the door without taking proper precautions, however, due to physical and emotional factors that disturb each day more the society, lives in traffic can?t be under the responsibility of a person. Many assistive technologies that helps in decision making or even contributing to road safety, have been submitted to the automotive market, which once included in vehicles would save the lives of thousands. Aware of this, this paper proposes a technology that, through low cost ultrasonic sensor detects possibility of collision on the side of the vehicle and sends alerts to the driver so he or she does not open the door during the moment of risk. For development of this security system was necessary to define which ultrasonic sensor to use, to prepare the case for the hardware accommodation, to build the computer program, to analyze the positioning of the system in the vehicle and to execute experimental tests to validate the ADS (Avoiding Doored System), name given to the collision avoidance system



Assistência ao motorista, Sensor ultrassônico, Segurança veicular, Acidente por abertura de porta, Driver assistance, Ultrasonic sensor, Vehicle safety, Doored


OLIVEIRA, R. M. M. Desenvolvimento de sistema de segurança veicular a baixo custo contra acidentes por abertura de porta. 2015. 95 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Gestão Organizacional) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Catalão, 2015.