Congestion Free Analysis for Emergency Vehicles Response in Tri-City (Panchkula-Chandigarh-Mohali) Using LTE-A

Congestion Free Analysis for Emergency Vehicles Response in Tri-City (Panchkula-Chandigarh-Mohali) Using LTE-A

Pushparaj Pal Lalita Pali 

Electronics & Communication, SRM IET, Ambala, Haryana 134203, India

M.P.M.S.D. Girls College, Ismailsabad, Kurukshetra, Haryana 134203, India

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3 June 2018
30 June 2018
30 June 2018
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For any country’s growth is depend on their people’s growth, whenever we talk about the growth of any country then it shows the achievements done by their peoples. Day by day population are increasing and peoples are enjoying their luxurious life with  big bungalows, and big luxurious cars but not a single vehicle it could be per person average of  two-three vehicles results to noise, air pollutions and important factor is the increment of traffic of the city. In this paper we are not praising for the growth of the country, no doubt for the growth but we want to focus on the traffic system control. Day to day traffic is increasing in which the big problem is faced for the safe passage for the ambulance vehicle’s escape or some other person who is in need of urgent work anywhere apart from medical facilities. We heard many patients leads to death in the ambulance and doctor says ‘‘it’s too late, if you could reach at least 10minutes before then the patient could have been saved his/her life’’.

So here we focused in paper to facilitate the emergency services (only concerned to patient’s ambulance) signal free. This will be possible by using the telecom technologies along with city traffic control stations to implement the things made easier for the signal free passage to escape of ambulance from the traffic lights or streets means the ambulance would not stop in the traffic jams. This can be made possible using VANET-LTE advanced technology.


VANET, IoT, signal-free traffic, tri-city, smart city, ambulance, traffic,LTE-A

1. Introduction
2. Related Work
3. Problem Formulation
4. Objectives and Methodology
5. Proposed Work
6. Conclusions
7. Future Scope

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