Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Real-time Emergency Alert System: Seamless Integration of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication and GPS Tracking
Praveen Sen, Dr. Sanjay Kumar
The combination of vehicle-to-vehicle communication (V2V) with GPS monitoring emerges as a game-changing breakthrough in a time of technology developments and growing need of effective emergency response. This study gives a thorough investigation of the consequences, advantages, difficulties, and possibilities of the integration across many domains. The study explains the key contributions, strategies used, issues addressed, and related benefits and drawbacks of this integration through a review of the literature that includes works from recent years. The core components of the integrated system are the development of V2V communication protocols and the function GPS tracking plays in improving accuracy. With this connection, automobiles are better equipped to anticipate crises, exchange information with other adjacent vehicles, and offer precise position information. The end result is a dynamic network of linked cars that work together to identify and respond to emergencies in real time. Numerous studies show how this integration has a significant influence on reaction times and safety. The integration significantly shortens the time it takes for emergency responders to get on the scene, mitigates risks, and improves overall road safety by enabling cars to exchange vital information about accidents, weather, and dangers in real time. Additionally, V2V communication's collaborative structure tackles the problem of false positives and negatives, resulting in precise and independently validated emergency notifications. By securing communication while maintaining anonymity, cryptographic approaches identify and solve data privacy and security problems. While applications go beyond accident scenarios to include disaster management and medical emergencies, the integration's interoperability and scalability enable the construction of a diversified and extensive safety network. However, problems still exist. To enable seamless data flow, dependable communication infrastructure is required, and cybersecurity measures are important to guard against potential assaults. To improve the accuracy of emergency detection, algorithms are being optimized, and privacy concerns call for the creation of legal frameworks that strike a compromise between data sharing and individual rights. In conclusion, real-time emergency alert systems that incorporate V2V communication and GPS tracking represent a huge step forward in terms of improving safety, reaction times, and crisis management as a whole. Even if there are difficulties, continuous research aims to reduce dangers and realize this innovation's full potential. The integration has the potential to transform crisis management and road safety in a variety of disciplines, in addition to changing emergency response.
V2V communication, GPS tracking, real-time emergency alerts, safety, response time, integration, vehicle communication, crisis management, accuracy, privacy, security, interoperability, scalability, data sharing, emergency detection, cyberattacks.
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