ADAS Using Touch Sensor

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Vidhula H
Mohit B M
Vidhula H
Dr. Shilpa D R


EPS systems integrate Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) while the driver controls the steering wheel. Touch sensors, torque, and position sensors improve driver involvement, safety, and control in EPS. ADAS features like lane-keeping assistance and adaptive cruise control are activated by the driver’s steering wheel touch. EPS with driver-enabled ADAS integration, using touch sensors, empowers drivers while leveraging enhanced automation.


The vehicle model design incorporates touch sensors, Arduino, and motor drivers to enable Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) exclusively when the driver holds the steering wheel. The touch sensors detect the driver’s touch on the steering wheel, triggering the ADAS functionalities and allowing the vehicle to move. The Arduino microcontroller, equipped with embedded C code, processes the touch sensor inputs and communicates with the motor drivers to initiate vehicle propulsion. The embedded C code facilitates real-time monitoring and control of the touch sensor inputs, enabling a seamless integration between driver interaction and vehicle movement, thereby enhancing both safety and user experience.


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