Erudite Journal of Engineering, Technology and Management Sciences <h1><strong style="font-size: 24px;">Our Vision</strong></h1> <p>Our vision encompasses publishing progressive peer-reviewed research articles par excellence using the open-access model of publication, without any constraint, financial, or other imposed on the readers. Our aim is to build mutually beneficial and long-lasting relationships with our authors and provide them full support throughout the publishing and the post-publishing processes. The Erudite Journal of Engineering Technology and Management Sciences (EJETMS) accepts submissions of a wide range of article types, including original research, reviews and feature articles. The author information section provides specific article requirements to help you turn your research into an article suitable for EJETMS.</p> <p><strong>Mode of Publication: </strong>Online (E-ISSN: 2583-2131)</p> <p><strong>Frequency of Publication: </strong>Quarterly</p> <p><strong>Language: </strong>English</p> <p><strong>Review Time (Duration in Days): </strong>10 working days</p> <p><strong>Articles can be submitted at: </strong>,</p> <p><strong>Contact us: </strong>, or +91-7382747210</p> en-US (Editor) (Narender Reddy) Mon, 05 Feb 2024 04:38:56 +0000 OJS 60 Heart Attack Alert System: An Integrated IoT Solution for Driver Safety in Four-Wheeled Vehicle <p>With the rise in cardiovascular diseases and associated emergencies, ensuring driver safety has become a paramount concern in the automotive industry. This project presents a groundbreaking integration of the Heart Attack Alert System into the seat belts of four-wheeled vehicles. Leveraging Internet of Things (IoT) technology, the system continuously monitoring the driver's heart rate, providing real-time data for early detection of heart-related emergencies. In this implementation, a GSM module, Arduino Uno microcontroller, and Pulse Sensor are seamlessly integrated into the seat belt mechanism. The Pulse Sensor, embedded within the belt, accurately detects the driver's heart rate, while the Arduino Uno processes the data in real-time. When irregular heart rate patterns indicative of a heart attack is detected, the system triggers an immediate alert. Utilizing the GSM module, alerts are promptly transmitted to both the driver and emergency response services, enabling rapid intervention. In case of abnormal heart rate detection, the system automatically alerts the driver and nearby emergency services through SMS via the integrated GSM module. The user-friendly interface allows drivers to configure personalized alert thresholds within a specified range, ensuring a tailored approach to their health monitoring needs. The system's proactive alert mechanism ensures timely medical intervention, potentially saving lives.</p> Kota Muralidhar Reddy, Gogulothu Lokesh, Yadamakanti Sudharshan Reddy, Ch Pavithra, Dr. P. Dileep Copyright (c) 2024 Erudite Journal of Engineering, Technology and Management Sciences Mon, 01 Jan 2024 00:00:00 +0000