Current manually-operated SOS systems used in Rallying are ineffective when driver and co-driver cannot push the SOS button due to loss of consciousness after the impact. The SafeRally service proposes a low-cost pilot monitoring system, to associate with existing tracking systems, able to automatically notify a serious accident, when both the driver and the co-driver cannot request help by themselves. First tests of the system have been performed during the “Rally of Salento” race, demonstrating the efficacy and the ease of use of the implemented functionalities.

An IoT-aware Remote Monitoring System for Emergencies in Rallying

PATRONO, Luigi;RAMETTA, PIERCOSIMO;
2017

Abstract

Current manually-operated SOS systems used in Rallying are ineffective when driver and co-driver cannot push the SOS button due to loss of consciousness after the impact. The SafeRally service proposes a low-cost pilot monitoring system, to associate with existing tracking systems, able to automatically notify a serious accident, when both the driver and the co-driver cannot request help by themselves. First tests of the system have been performed during the “Rally of Salento” race, demonstrating the efficacy and the ease of use of the implemented functionalities.
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