Self-driving vehicles, also known as autonomous vehicles are an emerging technology that has the potential to revolutionize transportation. These vehicles use a combination of sensors, cameras and artificial intelligence to operate without the intervention of human beings making transportation safer, efficient and more convenient. The present study deals with the development of an autonomous vehicle to commute inside a closed campus. The implementation of self-driving vehicles within a closed campus environment offers numerous benefits, including improved safety, reduced congestion, and increased efficiency. The vehicle is designed to operate within a specific area and uses different sensors to navigate within the environment. A bus stop principle has also been introduced which can be used to access the vehicle whenever required and move from one stop to another.
Group Members : Ajoy Krishna Kalita, Arup Ratan Chowdhury, Ayush Bordoloi, Pratim Chakma and Shriyam Jyoti Saikia