Patent Granted: Vehicle Collision avoidance system

Press Release
Student Innovation Patent System to prevent car crash at intersection with active surveillance

Innovation Title:
Vehicle Collision avoidance system.

Name & Age of Inventors:
Azal Amer (14)
Ryan Xie (13)
Connor Price-Gearey (14)
Nikitha Thoduguli (13)
Rishab Sidamshetty (13)
Shreeya Madhavanur (13)
Ashton Rischer (14)

Patent Certificate:

About the Innovation:
A vehicle collision warning and avoidance system including a vehicle that includes one or more sensors, one or more cameras configured with an extended rod to monitor the exact location and the speed of the other vehicles to monitor for a collision condition and visual monitoring display a system configured to emit a warning signal to warn a vehicle driver about the collision condition, the internal warning signal system including at least one warning device configured to emit the warning signal, and a processor configured to detect an exit condition using a signal received from one or more sensors and one or more cameras in response to the collision condition.

Patent Grant Date:
25th November 2022

South African Patent Publication Number:

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