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Authors Name: J.Chandra shekar , K.Dinesh , P.Yugala , CH.Kalyani
Unique Id: IJRTI1705032
Published In: Volume 2 Issue 5, May-2017
Abstract: This paper presents about the automation of driving licence test system. Normally, in driving test a candidate applied for the licence have to drive over a closed loop path in front of the authorities. For that, the authorities watch candidate manually. In this project, a LabVIEW with sensors and RFID module has been developed for watching the candidate for getting a licence by using Lab VIEW. By using this, the candidate who fails to drive vehicle in ‘H’track is monitored. The purpose of this project is to develop a system for improving the standards of licence issuing mechanism presently followed in order to provide road safety to reduce bad driving habits as well as corruption. In the present test process, the examiner must be on the field during the test. This includes a dedicated officer like the regional transport officer(RTO) himself fixing his stare at many numbers of test takers undertaking their licence test. This, in fact, leads to common human errors like observation, favouritism and corruption. Presently the movements of a light motor vehicle like a car, jeep are guided along an ‘H’ track. The test tracker has to move his vehicle along the ‘H’ track in order to complete his driving test. One or more inspectors from the motor vehicles department have to stay long hours in the field wasting a lot of man-hours. A real good test taker cannot be accurately found from the existing driving licence test. The proposed technological solution of existing manual test process enables the elimination of human intervention and improves the driving test accuracy while going paperless with the driving skill evaluation system. As a contribution to the society, this technological solution can reduce the number of road accidents because most accidents result from a lack of planning, anticipation and control which are highly dependent on driving skill. This system is aimed at phasing out the current manual test procedure with help of IR sensors and RFID module and also by using LabVIEW software it should be monitored and data stored without the help of authorities. So that it will automatically select or reject the system
Keywords: LabVIEW; Sensors; Driving licence; RFID Module
Cite Article: "AUTOMATIC DRIVING LICENSE TEST USING LABVIEW", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.2, Issue 5, page no.186 - 188, May-2017, Available :
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Publication Details: Published Paper ID: IJRTI1705032
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Published In: Volume 2 Issue 5, May-2017
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