Date of Graduation
Honors Research Project
Bachelor of Science
Computer Engineering - Cooperative Education
University of Akron
The purpose of this project is to create a pothole detection device that can be attached to the underside of a commercial vehicle. Potholes cost motorists around 6.4 billion dollars annually, thus demonstrating the need for a system to aid with the detections and reporting of potholes. The four systems we needed to consider for the implementation of this project were the power system, the sensing system, the data processing system, and the reporting and logging system. Power pulled from the vehicle will enable the sensors and data processing module. The data processing module will analyze the readings from the sensors and output pothole data to the logging and reporting system. The logging and reporting system, located on an android mobile device, will store the pothole locations on a cloud server.
Simmons, Brian G. Mr.; McGill, Alissa L. Ms.; Hammell, Elizabeth J. Ms.; and Querry, Sean D. Mr., "Pothole Reporting System" (2016). Honors Research Projects. 241.