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Title: Design and Implementation of a four-dimensional automatic accident avoidance system
Authors: Isaac, Mure
Daniel, Rwotolara
Keywords: Design
Automatic accident
Issue Date: Sep-2018
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Abstract: This report contains five chapters, in chapter one, as an introductory part of this project report, contained in chapter, we first define what accident is, the background of the study, that is to say, how the problem started or what prompted us to carry out the project. the problem statement, this is about the challenges we are solving, the main objective, specific objectives, significance of the study, and scope of the study. in chapter two, this chapter covers the literature review; here we look at the existing technology. this chapter also contains the history of the project, and the components used. in chapter three, it entirely covers the methodology, circuit diagram, block diagram, flow chart. chapter four. this chapter entails the system analysis and the design of the project prototype. it also includes the results from the system design process. in chapter five, it is majorly the conclusion and recommendation. also, in this chapter we look at the further research on this project, and finally the references we used and the appendix.
Description: Final year project report submitted to school of engineering and applied sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of bachelor’s degree of science in electrical and telecommunications engineering at Kampala international University, Uganda
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