Bengaluru students build a new device that will now help Ambulance pass quite easily through Traffic

One thing which all the people hate is getting stuck in a traffic jam and things can get really dangerous if you block an ambulance with your car because you’ll have to face some serious consequence of paying 10,000 fine, thanks to the brilliant step taken by the PM Narendra Modi-led government.

Meanwhile, Bengaluru students have done something great which students of other states should take note of. After rounds of discussion and experimenting with different ideas, they have finally made a ‘Traffic Control System’, an innovative solution for the traffic police who find it tough to make way for ambulance stuck behind rows of vehicles on the busiest roads.

Credits: TNIE

Let’s take a moment to appreciate the students of the Sapthagiri College of Engineering who took efforts to create a light sensor that will detect the light pulse sequence of the ambulance. With this, the traffic police in the city can manually operate signals and then let the ambulances pass, as per The New Indian Express.

An active team of students are now patenting their creation. The students include the fourth-semester Electronics and Communication Engineering students Nitin BS, BK Harshit, Prathika VM and Dhanush Bhardwaj HP.

“The electronics and communication functions of the system are implemented by two micro-controller boards in the traffic light unit and one micro-controller within the torch,” said the students.

“The traffic lights control system consists of a light code sequence detector mounted above the red traffic light, and a light pulse sequence emitting torch. The light pulse sequence is detected by a light sensor interfaced to a micro-controller. The torch has a micro-controller that produces a pre-determined sequence of light pulses,” the group told TNIE.

According to them, the light sensor will be positioned on a ‘black-yellow pattern’ board which will guide the ambulance driver in massive traffic.

“The light code sequence detector recognises light sequences and signals the traffic light control circuit to switch immediately to green and allow the ambulance to pass,” they added.

The invention has now been filed for patent issue by the Indian Patents Office, they added in a statement.

In a bid to bring a change, the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill which was proposed earlier has now been passed by the Cabinet, chaired by PM Narendra Modi. As per the new revision, the new bill will now imply a massive fine on traffic defaulters.