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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 10, October 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Iot Empowered Smart Stick Assistance For Visually Impaired People

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AUTHOR(S)

Ayesha Ashraf, Saba Noor, Muhammad Arslan Farooq, Asad Ali, Ahmad Hasham

 

KEYWORDS

Internet of Things, Smart Stick, Smart Assistance, Visually Impaired, Arduino, Ultrasonic Sensor.

 

ABSTRACT

Eyes are foremost blessing to enjoy the nature. Blind people face lot of hurdles in daily life. Blind people needs to depend on others to perform their normal life activities. Information technology brings revolution in every field of life with emerging artificial intelligence, internet of things, wireless sensor networks etc. Internet of Things is evolving technology that digitally interconnect the humans, machines, sensors and everything for automation. It transform manual processes to intelligent automated processes with the help of aritifical intelligence. In this research, we have developed a sensitive smart stick empowered by Interent of Things to support the visually impaired peoples. Smart stick is incorporated with ultrasonic sensor and buzzer to sense and alarm in case of any hurdle. Andorid application is developed with smart stick to generate the important notification and forward to registered numbers along with GPS location. This solution is cost effective and implemented with state fo the art hardware.

 

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