System Interface for an Integrated Intelligent Safety System (ISS) for Vehicle Applications
AbstractThis paper deals with the interface-relevant activity of a vehicle integrated intelligent safety system (ISS) that includes an airbag deployment decision system (ADDS) and a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). A program is developed in LabWindows/CVI, using C for prototype implementation. The prototype is primarily concerned with the interconnection between hardware objects such as a load cell, web camera, accelerometer, TPM tire module and receiver module, DAQ card, CPU card and a touch screen. Several safety subsystems, including image processing, weight sensing and crash detection systems, are integrated, and their outputs are combined to yield intelligent decisions regarding airbag deployment. The integrated safety system also monitors tire pressure and temperature. Testing and experimentation with this ISS suggests that the system is unique, robust, intelligent, and appropriate for in-vehicle applications. View Full-Text
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Hannan, M.A.; Hussain, A.; Samad, S.A. System Interface for an Integrated Intelligent Safety System (ISS) for Vehicle Applications. Sensors 2010, 10, 1141-1153.
Hannan MA, Hussain A, Samad SA. System Interface for an Integrated Intelligent Safety System (ISS) for Vehicle Applications. Sensors. 2010; 10(2):1141-1153.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hannan, Mahammad A.; Hussain, Aini; Samad, Salina A. 2010. "System Interface for an Integrated Intelligent Safety System (ISS) for Vehicle Applications." Sensors 10, no. 2: 1141-1153.