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DRIVER DISTRACTION MANAGEMENT USING SENSOR DATA CLOUD
For A Safer Driving Experience
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FOR A SAFER DRIVING EXPERIENCE
DRIVER DISTRACTION MANAGEMENT USING SENSOR DATA
CLOUD
© Green Networking Research Group
Mokarram Bhaban, University of Dhaka
Dhaka- 1000, Bangladesh
Phone +880 2 9661920 • Ext 7421 • Fax +88 02 8615583
Table of Contents
Introduction to the Device .................................................................................. 1 Make sure you have it all .................................................................1 Easy Steps to Install the Device in Your Car ..................................................... 5 Connecting the Accessories .............................................................5 Powering up the Module ..................................................................7 Placement of the components ..........................................................8 Usage Options ................................................................................................... 9 The Website .....................................................................................9 How the Site is structured ..............................................................18 About Us.........................................................................................18 Home ..............................................................................................18 Overview ........................................................................................19 R & D ..............................................................................................19 Contact Us......................................................................................19 Driver’s Status ................................................................................19 Conclusion ....................................................................................................... 19 U S E R S
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Introduction to the Device
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f you are a driver or employer of one, this product will help you to ensure safety
of the driver and keep him/her extra vigilant while driving. You will be installing
the system in your car using the a few accessories. First you need to ensure you
have the following:
I T E M S
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Raspberry PI Module
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Alcohol and temperature circuitry
3.
Digital blood pressure machine
with Wi-Fi support (Blipcare)
4.
Smartphone as hotspot
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Car USB hub charger plug
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USB power cable
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HD Webcam
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SD Card
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3G/HSPA Modem + 3G SIM card
10. USB to micro-USB power cable
Make sure you have it all
RASPBERRY PI MODULE
It is the heart (main control and communication module) of the whole system. You
will now integrate the accessories with it. Have a look at the raspberry module on
Figure 1.
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Figure 1: Raspberry PI module
ALCOHOL AND TEMPERATURE CIRCUITRY
This looks like a typical circuit board. Attached with it are two very important sensors:
temperature and alcohol. This will be used to detect whether the driver is suffering
from unusual temperature or is driving drunk. Look at the figure below:
Figure 2: Alcohol and temperature circuitry
DIGITAL BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING MACHINE
This device will be used to measure the blood pressure and heart rate of the driver. It is
paired with a smartphone which will serve as a communication device for the readings.
See the figure below:
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Figure 3: Digital blood pressure monitoring machine paired with Smartphone
SD CARD
This is a typical SD card we use as memory card for our smartphones. It will store the
essential information of the entire system. See the figure below:
Figure 4: SD card
HD CAMERA
This is a regular HD camera you see attached to a desktop or laptop. See the figure
below:
Figure 5: Developer testing the HD camera
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SMARTPHONE
Any 3rd generation mobile phone. It will be used as a hotspot for Wi-Fi network. It will
be paired with the blood pressure monitoring machine. See the figure below:
Figure 6: Smartphone
3G MODEM
It will hold the 3G sim card to provide network connection to the Raspberry PI
module and handle all communication with the website. See the figure below:
Figure 7: 3G modem
ESSENTIAL CONNECTORS
For connecting all the components you would need some connectors. Mostly cables
such as USB to micro USB, car USB charger cable etc. Follow the figure below:
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Easy Steps to Install the Device in Your Car
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nce you have all things, you are good to start. Follow the steps below:
Connecting the Accessories
INSTALLING THE SD CARD
At first take out the Raspberry PI module and insert the SD card as directed in the
figure below:
Figure 8: installing SD card
INSTALLING 3G MODEM
To access the Internet you need 3G HSPA modem. Insert the 3G modem into any of
the USB ports of Raspberry PI. As shown in the figure below:
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Figure 9: installing 3G modem
INSTALLING THE TEMPERATURE AND ALCOHOL CIRCUITRY
This step is a bit complicated. So, please be very attentive while doing this. A Three pin
cable connected to alcohol and temperature sensor circuitry is used to connect it to
Raspberry module. There is a 26 pin interface attached to Raspberry module. The
connecting cable of the alcohol and temperature circuitry is attached to the 3rd, 4th and
5th pin of the module as shown in figure
Figure 10: installing alcohol and temperature circuitry
INSTALLING THE HD CAMERA
Connect the camera to one of the USB ports of Raspberry module. Place the camera in
the driving dashboard in front of the driver. See the figure for reference:
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Figure 11: installing HD camera
INSTALLING BLIPCARE
For blood pressure and heart rate monitoring you should setup and use the digital
blood pressure monitoring machine Blipcare accordingly.
i.
Setup the smartphone as a hotspot using the wireless tethering feature
ii.
According to the manual of the machine configure it to use the hotspot
created in the previous step to access the network of smartphone.
iii.
Follow the instruction to learn how to correctly measure blood pressure
See the figure below:
Figure 12: Developer using Blipcare device
Powering up the Module
To power the system use a 2 Amp 5 Volt adapter or power supply. Insert the adapter
according to the figure below:
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Figure 13 plugging in power cable
Figure 14 after successfully powering the device
Placement of the components
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The temperature sensor should be placed on the body of the driver with access
to the skin.
ii. The alcohol sensor should be places near driver’s mouth to sense the alcohol
level correctly.
iii. The cuff band of the blood pressure monitoring device should be
appropriately worn as suggested in the corresponding manual.
iv. The camera should be placed in a manner that it could easily have view of
driver’s face.
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Usage Options
W
hen you see a light blinking on the Raspberry PI module you will know you
are now ready to use the module for a safer driving experience.
The Website
All the usage options and functionalities are integrated in our website: “Driver
Distraction Management Using Sensor Data Cloud”. Here we explicitly describe
the usage options of the website
LOGGING IN AND GETTING STARTED
There are two ways to log in to the WordPress or “back end” of the website.
You can either log in with an administrator account on the website itself
(http://driverdistraction.gnrbd.net) or you can go directly to the link for the
WordPress Dashboard by going to:
http://driverdistraction.gnrbd.net/wordpress/wp-login.php
All other Members have accounts with Editor Permissions.
Login information of the website is given below.
Username:
________________________
Password:
________________________
This is just a quick introduction to what I will be calling the parts of the website
throughout this document. Driver Distraction is using the Light folio theme by
Dynamic WP. This theme is very flexible and will allow “Driver Distraction” to do
everything it wants to do with the site and gives “Driver Distraction” the ability to
grow or change in the future. Below are descriptions of the basic elements of the
site.
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WEBSITE ELEMENTS
Header
This is a static image that appears on all of the site’s pages and posts. It is easily
changed through the Appearance tab on the WordPress Dashboard.
Top Navigation
This is a list of the pages on the site. These tabs are automatically created
whenever you create a new page. Pages are not posts. You can add a page and
exclude it from the Top Navigation, but most needs are covered by creating a
post. Posts are never included in the Top Navigation.
Content Area
This is where the content in every page or post is displayed.
Sidebar/Widgets
This is another area of the site controlled by the Appearance tab. currently, the
Sidebar only contains three Widgets.
Footer
This is where the copyright information is for the website.
The way you’ll be accessing the inner workings of the site is through the
WordPress Dashboard. At first, this page might seem a little complicated, but
most of it is just extra WordPress information you can easily ignore. I’ve broken
down the basic parts of the Dashboard for you.
Site Link
This is the easiest way to get back to the website. It’s accessible from anywhere
within the Dashboard.
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Login Info
This is where your account information is displayed. You can also log out of the
Dashboard and the site by clicking the Log Out link.
Comments
Comment information is displayed here. You can see how many comments you
have on posts and pages, how many of those you’ve approved, how many are
pending approval, and how many you’ve marked as spam.
Quick Press
This is a spot to quickly add a post to the site. I don’t recommend using it because
it makes it too easy to make duplicate posts.
Recent Drafts
Here’s the quickest way to get back to what you were working on.
Sidebar Tabs
This is where you’ll access everything you need to work on the site.
Plug-in News and WordPress News
These are automatically generated news boxes about available plug-ins for
WordPress blogs and general WordPress Site News.
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Dashboard Left Side Tabs
This is where you access everything on the site. I’ll be working from the top box
down and explain what they all do.
The Dashboard Box
This is the fastest way to get back to the dashboard’s main page from anywhere
else in the dashboard. This is also where you’ll be notified of any updated to
WordPress or Plug-ins.
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THE CONTENT BOX
The Posts Tab
When you click on the Posts tab you’ll get a drop down that gives you everything
you need to add or edit an individual post.
The Add New link does exactly what it says. This is where you’ll click when you
want to add a new post.
The Categories link leads you to a page where you can add categories to better
organize the site’s content. Currently, there are no categories, but this feature
might be useful in the future.
Post tags are like Categories, but more specific. This is where you’d go to see all
of the tags you’ve used on your site and you can also use this page to add any new
tags.
The Media Tab
This is how you can see what images you’ve uploaded for the Header section (see
pages # and # for more information about the Header). You can also add new
media here by clicking on the New Media link.
The Links Tab
The links found here were automatically created by WordPress. I suggest just to
leave these alone. The option is still there to use them in the future, if needed.
The Pages Tab
This is where you’ll go to view all of the pages posted to the site. You can also add
a new page from here.
The Comments Tab
This is where you’ll go to approve comments, delete comments, or mark
comments as spam.
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THE ADMIN BOX
The Appearance Tab
When you click on the Themes link, you’ll get a page that shows all the installed
WordPress Themes. At the top you’ll also find a tab where you can go to install
more themes or to search for a new theme.
The Widgets link takes you to where you can select new, edit current, or remove
widgets from the sidebar of the site.
The Menus link is where you’d create a custom menu. You are not currently using
this feature.
Background is where you’d go to change the background image of the whole site.
Header is where you’d change the header image for the whole site. You can
upload a new one or select one of the preloaded ones. You can also choose to add
text to the header here.
The Editor link takes you to an editor for the templates and stylesheets that make
the site run and control how it looks.
The Plug-ins Tab
When you click on Plug-ins, you’ll see all the plug-ins installed on your blog and
which of those plug-ins are active. This is also the page where you’ll see if there
are any updates to your plug-ins.
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From the Add New link you can either search for new plug-ins or upload plug-ins
you’ve downloaded elsewhere. I suggest only downloading plug-ins that are
updated often and have good user reviews.
Editor is where you would change the function or look of plug-ins. If you don’t
know what you’re doing, you can break the site.
The Users Tab
The Users link is where you’ll go to manage the roles of users or to delete users.
Add New is where you can add users and select their roles yourself.
Your Profile is where you can adjust the look of the WordPress Dashboard for
your account only. You can also change the name users see on your posts and
comments, your email, and your password.
You can create Groups for your users and give those groups specific permissions.
It’s a faster way to manage your users.
Add Group is where you’d go if you wanted to add a new group and a description
of that group.
The Tools Tab
These are administrative tools that probably won’t be needed much.
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The Tools link gives you access to the Press This app and Categories to Tags
converter tool.
Import is for when you have a blog somewhere else that you’d like to convert to a
WordPress blog.
Export allows you to save a copy of your site/blog as an XML file.
The Settings Tab
General Settings are things like the displayed site title and tagline. These are used
by search engines. This is also where you change the email address for the
Administrator, the timezone, the date format for posts, the time format and on
which day of the week the calendar starts.
The settings under Writing are the most basic and site wide controls for where
posts end up when they’re published.
Reading settings control the first thing people see when they land on the main
page of the site and how many posts are read at a time.
Discussion controls whether people can comment on posts, what information
people must leave to comment, whether or not an administrator gets an email
when someone leaves a comment, and whether or not comments must be
approved before being posted on the site.
Media controls the sizes of thumbnails and the maximum sizes of images,
whether or not plain text links are automatically converted to live links, and where
files will be uploaded to when embedded in a post/page.
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Privacy lets you choose whether or not you’d like search engines to be able to
find your site.
Permalinks lets you change the structure of your post/page links. Changing this
can break the links on your site, so be careful.
Page Security controls what people see when they’re not logged in, but they’re
trying to look at content meant for members only.
Login With Ajax is the link for the controls of the login widget on the site’s
sidebar. From here you can choose what page people are sent to when they login
based on their roles. You can also control where people are redirected to when
they log out of the site and the text of the automated email people receive when
they register for the site.
THE EXTRAS BOX
The two sections in this box are the controls for the Calendar and Galleries.
The Calendar Tab
Manage Calendar is where you can see all of your existing calendar entries, edit
those entries, and create new entries.
Manage Categories is the page to create, delete, or edit the categories you use to
sort your events. Each event has to have a category assigned to it.
Calendar Options are the basic settings for how the calendar looks and
functions. Don’t change the CSS unless you know how.
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How the Site is structured
Your site is a WordPress driven website. Through WordPress you can create pages
and posts.
PAGES
Pages are the top tier way of getting information to your users. Pages are like
folders they contain all the smaller parts of information in the form of posts, links,
files, etc. These pages function just like they would on a regular website.
There are currently six pages that make up the site.
About Us
This page contains descriptions about our projects Principle Investigator,
Consultant and Research Assistants.
Home
This page describes the brief description of our project.
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Overview
This page describes the overview of our project.
R&D
This page describes the R & D activities of our project.
Contact Us
This page describes the contact information of the project members.
Driver’s Status
This page will visible after successful user login. After successful user login the
user can see the driver’s current time status. The data will be shown in both graphs
and tables.
Conclusion
Driver distraction is the main cause of road accidents and highway crashes.
Approximately, 80% of crashes and 65% of near-crashes involve some form of
driver distraction and the distraction occurs within three seconds of vehicle crash.
Different forms of internal distractions include eating, drinking, smoking, music
controlling, watching videos on different types of display devices, talking over the
cell phone, distraction from passengers like having conversation with driver or
holding drivers attention by their activities- reading, texting SMSs, grooming;
external distractions like seeing any outside building, billboard, previous accidents,
natural beauty or another object, etc. for few seconds might take away visual,
cognitive and manual control of the driver, leading to road accidents. To reduce
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the number of road accidents due to driver distraction this module will monitor
drivers’ health condition, different forms of internal and external distractions and
his driving performance. Eventually, it will alert drivers, provide driver’s
performance information to vehicle owners, driver recruiters, road transport
management and law enforcement organizations. Finally a safer driving experience
will be achieved.
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