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Fabrication and Experiment of Ultrasonic Sensor Integrated Motion Recognition Device for Vehicle Manipulation
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 Title & Authors
Fabrication and Experiment of Ultrasonic Sensor Integrated Motion Recognition Device for Vehicle Manipulation
Na, Yeongmin; Park, Jongkyu; Lee, Hyunseok; Kang, Taehun;
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 Abstract
Worldwide, studies on intelligent vehicles for the convenience of drivers have been actively conducted as the number of cars has increased. However, vehicle convenience enabled by buttons lowers the concentration on driving and hence poses as a huge threat to the safety of the driver. The use of one of the convenient features, impaired driving auxiliary equipment, is limited because of its complex usage, and this device also hinders the front view of the driver. This paper proposes a vehicle-control device for controlling the convenient features as well as changes in speed and direction using gestures and motions of the driver. This device consists of an ultrasonic sensor for recognizing movement, an arduino for accepting signal control functions and servo and DC motors apply to various vehicle parts. Firstly, the vehicle-control device was designed using a 3D CAD program known as Solid-works based on the size of the steering wheel. Then, through simulations, a suitable length for minimizing the absorbent between ultrasonic sensors was confirmed using a program known as COMSOL Multiphysics. Finally, simulation results were verified through experiments, and the optimal size of the device was identified through the number of errors.
 Keywords
Ultrasonic sensor;Non-contact system;Driving assistance system;
 Language
Korean
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