CONTROLLING SUICIDES IN INDIAN METRO RAILWAY BY IMPLEMENTING A LASER DRIVEN AUTOMATIC MECHANICAL PREY CATCHING SYSTEM

Ratan Pal Singh

Abstract


The objective of this paper is to propose an analog circuit based design to control suicides in Indian metro railways. The proposed design is cheap, flexible and reliable. A laser beam is used to detect people jumping on the track which is connected to a light dependent resistor to send signal to control room of the station and the train arriving on that platform. Simple encoded transmitter and receiver are used to design the system. The design not only deals with stopping the train in such cases but also catching the people on an automatic driven mechanical tray.

Keywords


LDR, autonomous sensor, mechanical tray, suicide control, metro railway, prey catching

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