A Navel Analysis of GNSS for Monitoring the Position of Trains

Authors

  • P Yakaiah
  • K Nishanth Rao
  • S V.S. Prasad
  • G Ramesh Reddy
  • B Raveendranadh
  • T Nagarjuna

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14419/ijet.v7i3.27.17647

Published:

2018-08-15

Keywords:

Navigation, sensors, train position

Abstract

This Proposed paper using the technique of Navigation system that is Global navigation satellite system[1-2], which are usable to reach the trains in accurate time. The performance of these system is able analyze the based on reliability and maintainability. In this paper presented the operation of receiver navigation system, and also analyze the water levels on the railway track, and also identifying the accidents, and the information will be sent to respective registered mobiles.

 

 

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