A normal helmet...It just has to detect whether the person is wearing the helmet or not....so had to an find ideal sensor for this.Tricky. What sort of helmet?
Most likely viable solution is machine vision with AI trained to recognise a person wearing a helmet... unless there's something special about the helmet, ie it has a radio tag or a visible barcode.
What's a normal helmet? Motorbike, cycle, army, construction??? all are normal in context!A normal helmet...It just has to detect whether the person is wearing the helmet or not....so had to an find ideal sensor for this.
Yes for a motorbikeWhat's a normal helmet? Motorbike, cycle, army, construction??? all are normal in context!
Assuming a motorbike helmet, there no obvious sensor for that. You can't, I'd bet, reliably detect its presence by light, heat, ultrasonics or radar (well maybe sub-millimetre radar but I doubt it), so machine vision would be my obvious choice...
Well thats a completely different problem to your original request. You must state your problem/requirement completely if you expect a useful answer.We are trying to build a circuit that can sense if a human is wearing the helmet (for motorbike) or not.....we are placing it inside the helmet so it needs to be really small. Which sensor should we use?
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