Friday 22nd of September 2017
 

Computer Simulation to Detect the Blind Spots in Automobiles


Hazem (moh’d Said) Hatamleh, Ahamd Sharadqh, As\'ad Mahmoud Alnaser, Omar Alheyasat and Ashraf Abdel-Karim Abu-Ein

During driving Changing lanes can be very hazardous on a busy highway. There is region called “blind spot” which is a problem for every car driver since its not covered by the drivers mirrors. Relying solely on the mirrors while changing lane can lead to a collision with another vehicle. This paper focuses on this situation by ensuring that the blind spots of the vehicle are clear prior to the driver attempt to change lanes. This computer simulation incorporates the need for detection and warning of objects present within the blind spot on either side of the vehicle to the driver along with distance measurement of the object relative to the vehicle, incase the driver decides to change lanes. This simulation is constructed using the theory of embedded systems and will alert the driver if there is another car on the blind area.

Keywords: blind spot, computer simulation, embedded system, automobile.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Hazem (moh’d Said) Hatamleh
Born in Irbid Jordan in 1973,Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D Engineering Science) “Computers, Computing System and Networks//National Technical University of Ukraine 2007.Assistant Professor in Al-Balqa’ Applied University, His current research Are computer networks, operating system and Image processing

Ahamd Sharadqh
was born in Irbid, Jordan, in 1978. He received the M.Sc. and PH.D degrees in 2007 from the National Technical University of Ukraine\". He is currently Assistant professor of computer Engineering and Computer Technology Department of Al-Balqa’ Applied University. His current research interests are computer networks, operating systems, Microprocessors, programming and digital logic design.

As\'ad Mahmoud Alnaser
born in Irbid / Jordan, 1974. I completed my Ph.D in 2004 in National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” I specialized in Computer Systems and Networks. Now, I’m working as an Assistant Professor in Al-Balqa \' Applied University, Ajlun University College, Department of Computer Science. My Research area concentrates on Computer Networks, Neural Networks, Information Security, and Image Processing

Omar Alheyasat
is currently Assistant professor of computer Engineering and Computer Technology Department of Al-Balqa’ Applied University. His current research interests are computer networks, operating systems, Microprocessors, programming and digital logic design

Ashraf Abdel-Karim Abu-Ein
was born in Irbid, Jordan, in 1979. He received the M.Sc. and PH.D degrees in 2007 from the National Technical University of Ukraine\". He is currently Assistant professor of computer Engineering and Computer Technology Department of Al-Balqa’ Applied University. His current research interests are computer networks, operating systems, Microprocessors, programming and digital logic design


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