Motorcycle Speed Calculation while Driving with an Animation from a Smartphone
Keywords:Frame rate, Motorcycle, Velocity, Speed calculation
This research adapts basic technologies to develop a method for determining motorcycle velocity that may be used as evidence against those who exceed the speed limit in areas lacking speed detection devices. The speed was measured on Samsen roads in Bangkok, at Google Earth locations (1346'33.51"N 10030'25.96"E). The speeds of 40, 60, and 80 kilometers per hour were measured and recorded using two smartphones and placed in points A and B in two reference locations. The videos were then converted to image files to count the number of frames and time traveled on the motorcycle and estimate the movement speed. The measurement results showed that the values were not significantly different from those obtained from google earth at the significance level of 0.05. The
data was analyzed by excel (t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances).
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