Journal of Machine and Computing

Artificial Intelligence Powered Congestion Free Transportation System Through Extensive Simulations

Journal of Machine and Computing

Received On : 06 June 2023

Revised On : 03 September 2023

Accepted On : 10 December 2023

Published On : 05 January 2024

Volume 04, Issue 01

Pages : 250-260


Intelligent traffic monitoring is a prominent topic of investigation due the emergence of advancements like the Internet interconnected Things and intelligent computers. Combining these technologies will make it easier to methods to aid in making better choices and accelerating urban growth. Intelligent sensing has come to the forefront in recent years due to its capacity to make calculated decisions on its own to address difficult issues. Automatic vehicles and smart gadgets are equipped with sensors that are part of an IoT-based system in order to recognize, gather, and transmit data. Artificial intelligence (AI)-based techniques allow machines to acquire knowledge and keep tabs on their surroundings through continuous sensing. Improvements in variable traffic control strategies for overcrowded cities have numerous positive outcomes, one of which is increased road safety. Since the sensors on which conventional dynamic controllers relied had their own shortcomings, we might use vision sensors (like cameras) to avoid these issues. Image and video-based computing has a lot of potential for measuring traffic volumes. A new traffic management system named Enhanced Transportation Technologies (ETT) is implemented to relieve congestion at the busy intersection after the old one was deemed to be inadequate. The term "intelligent transportation system" (ITS) refers to a group of transportation systems to keep drivers and passengers safe on the road and to facilitate autonomous mobility by optimizing control systems. To further improve urban planning, crowd behavior, and traffic forecasting, dependable AI models have been developed to work in tandem with ITS. Compared to controllers using conventional sensors, the proposed model has been shown through extensive simulations to reduce waiting time and increase movement speed on average.


Artificial Intelligence, Transportation, Congestion, Traffic Conditions, Technologies, Sensors.

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Cuddapah Anitha, Shweta Sharma, Vinay Kumar Nassa, Sachin Kumar Agrawal, Rajasekaran A and Mahaveerakannan R, “Artificial Intelligence Powered Congestion Free Transportation System Through Extensive Simulations”, Journal of Machine and Computing, pp. 250-260, January 2024. doi: 10.53759/7669/jmc202404024.


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