POTHOLE DETECTION USING MACHINE LEARNING TO PROVIDE BETTER GOVERNANCE

Krishnaveer Singh, Abhishek Solenki, Darshan Shrimali, Ansh Kumar Soni, Aryan Dadheech, Jyoti Kaushal

Abstract


This project is applied for concept of Detection of the potholes on the public routes/roads with the help of  Machine learning and connect local administration with the concerned user with the help of smart user interface. The citizens can directly access this with the help of an cross platform mobile application. The scope of this project is very wide as it has potential to address large public issue of pothole on public roads. All the data and the information is stored on cloud shared storage so it can be easily accessible o both administration and end users. Further, He or She who is filing complain with the help of our application can also recheck if the further action has been taken on the complaint or not by contacting the concerned department .


Keywords


pothole detection using machine learning to provide better governance

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v13i0.6844

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