Simulate a traffic light using an Arduino and LEDs! This project is super cool to watch and easy to make!
This is a simple IR sensor block detector for model railroads. It controls three lights: red, yellow and green.
If there will be no traffic on the other signal, one shouldn’t wait for that signal. System will skip that signal and will move on next one.
Traffic of cars and pedestrians are controlled by using simple components like LEDs, resistors, switches and Tiva Launchpad.
Three LED and a switch equals railroad crossing lights.
Start by doing a simple traffic light, then add a button to control when it turns red. This is a good project for people starting Arduino.
Automating traffic road crossing signal, will turn red only when there is some presence of pedestrians waiting to cross.
This project is a showcase of the restoration of an Acme traffic signal that belongs to the Southern California Transportation Museum.
This traffic light controller will be used to control the flow of traffic. These can be applied at high traffic areas to avoid traffic block
Includes pedestrian detection/crossing and uses an Arduino Nano, LEDs and pingers and a FSM code.
This project uses a vision-based traffic congestion measuring method to adjust the color light times to reduce vehicle congestion.
The goal of this tutorial is to enable you to capture and send data to cloud from NodeMCU.
In India there is no option in traffic lights to give way to emergency vehicle which is being implemented in this project
This Arduino Uno circuit has been programmed to act as a traffic light, in which different colored lights light up and a sound is played.
Demonstration of Arduino crossroad with traffic lights.
This project is about smart street light, street light will turn on while vehicle is passing through it.
These traffic lights are regulated in accordance with the relative traffic density on four lanes forming a crossroad.
Project demonstrates how a traffic light works.
Due to delay of powering on/off lead to robberies in street and also power consumption too high....
This project is for blind people who are unable to see nearby objects.
I hope you got the "green light" signal from your brain, to start building this project. ;)
Reading an analog sensor (LDR) to switch on and off an LED.
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This Project demonstrates how to make a smart traffic light system using Raspberry Pi and Hexabitz modules.