CAPSTONE PROJECT UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

CAPSTONE PROJECT UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Matt Glatzel


Admission to universities in usa (Cattaraugus) introducing the steed sensing ball using to force sensors placed a certain distance apart from the speed bump we determine the speed of the car the time difference between the tire sitting the sensors is used to calculate the speed of the vehicle based on these readings we determine if the speed bump should remain stationary or rotate to a flat surface the speed bump remains static when a vehicle is exceeding the speed limit and will rotate if speed limits are obeyed this design allows smaller cars that are low to the ground to pass without damage as you can see here speed bumps can cause wear and tear on vehicles this design is useful in residential and business areas as it creates greater compliance with speed limits member Manhattan School of Music, Morningside Heights (Columbia University area). https://PaperHelp.space