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Implementation of an Arduino controller for temporary traffic regulation in one lane with semaphores

Julian Vasilev (), Stefka Petrova (), Liliya Mileva-Ivanova (), Pavel Petrov () and Plamen Yankov ()
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Stefka Petrova: University of Economics Varna, Bulgaria
Liliya Mileva-Ivanova: University of Economics Varna, Bulgaria
Pavel Petrov: University of Economics Varna, Bulgaria
Plamen Yankov: University of Economics Varna, Bulgaria

Economics and computer science, 2021, issue 2, 23-29

Abstract: The purpose of this article is to present the use of an Arduino controller for a road semaphore to regulate traffic in directions in one lane. An Arduino starter kit is used. The electronic scheme, the bread board connection with Arduino UNO R3 and the programming code are given. This Arduino example may be adapted easily. All road repair companies may use this scheme to control the direction of one-way traffic in one lane. They may change the given source code with extended functionality

Date: 2021
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