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Bhanudas Gadade
Altaf Mulani


Many portions of our technical infrastructure are approaching or exceeding their initial design life. As a result of economic issues, Vehicle (car) structures are being used in spite of aging and the associated damage accumulation. Therefore, the ability to monitor the health of this structure is becoming increasingly important. Most often, the replacement is done by used part(s) which life spam is not ascertaining but because of the cost of new parts, there are needs for management of the Vehicle by the uses which will constituted a big risk to the owner or passage and generally a danger to the nation at large. Most of the accidents course in Nigeria today is mainly the replacement of substandard of used parts. In this technology will allow the current time-based maintenance philosophies to evolve into potentially more cost-effective condition-based maintenance philosophies. The concept of condition-based maintenance is that a sensing system on the structure will monitor the system response and notify the operator that damage has been detected. Life-safety and economic benefits associated with such a philosophy will only be realized if the monitoring system provides sufficient warning such that corrective action can be taken before the damage evolves to a failure level. The trade-off associated with implementing such a philosophy is that it requires a more sophisticated monitoring hardware to be deployed on the system and it requires a sophisticated data analysis procedure that can be used to interrogate theme assured data. As well as we are providing automation of car which is a low budget. This includes the automatic light dimming and car seat control.

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Bhanudas Gadade, & Altaf Mulani. (2022). AUTOMATIC SYSTEM FOR CAR HEALTH MONITORING. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 57–62. Retrieved from