Design and Development of Android Based Speed Limit Warning Application
Keywords:speed limit, android, GPS, firebase,
AbstractSpeeding remains a common practice on many roads, leading to a significant number of crashes. There are a number of traditional and well-proven measures to improve the speed limit compliance and reduce driving speeds, which consist of infrastructural measures and speed enforcement in particular. In this development, by using an android device, the application continuously provides a visual information about the speed limit in force. In the case of a driver exceeds the speed limit, the application warns the driver visually where the speed limit indicates on the screen of the smartphone and starts to flash. If the speed is not reduced, an alarm is triggered and a message will be sent to a registered contact.
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