Smart Technologies for Vehicle Monitoring: A Review


  • Mangla Devi Sao
  • Ghanshyam Sahu
  • Lalit Kumar P Bhaiya


Internet of Things (IOT), sensors, actuators, processors, Arduino, Node MCU, and Raspberry Pi.


The Internet is an innovative innovation that is continually changing into new technology and software platforms, making it impossible for anyone to avoid. Yet, the Internet of Things (IoT) promises an astonishing future for the internet where the variety of dialogue is machine-to-machine. Today's intelligence is mostly human-to-human and human-to-device. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a paradigm that enables sensors, actuators, and processors to serve important functions on things. This research study looks into the developments and trends in vehicle mechanization that can prevent collisions between vehicles. In the smart vehicle technology different sensors are used like IR sensor, smoke sensor, Eye blinking Sensor, ultrasonic sensor, Vibration sensor, Pressure sensor, GPS and GSM etc. In order to automatically activate the alarm when a vehicle is detected as being close by, both front and back IR sensors are used. The smoke within the car can be found using a smoke sensor. Whether the driver is wearing a seat belt or not is determined by the seat belt sensor. The GPS module may collect latitude and longitude data from satellites, and the Wi-Fi module will upload this data to the internet. To monitor all activity, needs a microcontroller, such as an Arduino, Node MCU, or Raspberry Pi.


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How to Cite

Mangla Devi Sao, Ghanshyam Sahu, & Lalit Kumar P Bhaiya. (2023). Smart Technologies for Vehicle Monitoring: A Review. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 4(4), 58–61. Retrieved from