D.Kiran Kumar, K. Surekha


The Railway network may be the world's greatest transport system. The Indian Railways is among the largest railway systems on the planet. The Rail Safety Act regulates the security on most rail transport including heavy and lightweight rail systems, therefore most private and public sidings, each tramways and tourist and heritage rail operations. As with the present system, the next shows some existing techniques. The Anti-Collision System is a self-acting Micro-processor-based data communication device developed and designed by Kankan Railway. The signals in the moving train are transmitted with the GSM network towards the stationary trains on a single track and also to the TTCS. With this project train collision is stopped. Many human lives and lots of qualities could be saved if the product is implemented. The scenario of accident in Trains because of collision is going to be controlled with the aid of this project. Applying this method it's possible to see whether the trains were at risk of Rear-finish collision or Mind on collision. The TTCS transmits control signal to prevent or slowly move the trains.


Train Collision Detection System; GSM Module; Accidents; Rail Safety; And Data Communication;


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