Healthcare Technology

B N M Institute of Technology

Brain Wave Monitoring System


According to global driving statistics 21% of the road accidents occurring in the world are due to driver fatigue and drowsiness. This includes over 328,000 crashes per year including over 6,400 fatal crashes.
The work aim of this project is to reduce the accidents occurring in the world due to driver fatigue and drowsiness. One of the most effective methods to reduce this risk is by monitoring the driver’s brainwaves and sending alerts. Brainwaves provide information about the state of mind of a person such as awake, alert, relaxation, sleep and so on. This can be done using a portable brainwave monitor. When sleep pattern is recognized by the brainwave monitoring system it immediately sends a signal that alerts the driver and helps mitigate crashes.
The brainwave monitoring system was proposed to reduce the total number of fatal accidents due to drowsiness and fatigue. This system is intended to determine the different states of mind and frequencies associated with brain activity. These will be in the form of signals. The signals where then connected to a wireless transmitter, in order to transfer the data wirelessly. Our aim is to make this system cost effective and reliable.

Project Team

Akhil N Sridhar, Harsha G, Spoorthi, Syeda Lubna
Electrical and Electronics Engineering


Mrs. Priyashree
B N M Institute of Technology
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