A Safety Tracking and Sensoring System for School Buses in Saudi Arabia

Samah Anwar Abbas, Hajar Mohammed, Laila Almalki, Maryam Hassan, Maram Meccawy

Abstract


Technology can facilitate the daily movement of students to and from the schools. There are a number of IT systems that support the transportation of students, but the most important aspect is to ensure students’ safety. Especially with increasing accidents of forgotten students who fall asleep inside school buses. Such incidents may result in asphyxiation or death. This paper presents a system that contributes to reducing the accidents of forgotten the students inside the school buses by enabling the parents to track their children. It includes installing a sensor system in school buses to protect the students during their daily journeys to and from their School by utilizing IoT technologies.

Keywords


Tracking System ; Sensor; Tracking School Buses ;Temperature sensor; GPS; IoT

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21533/pen.v7i2.542

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