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Design of Stability Control Motorbike with Abs and Crash Location Sensing

  title={Design of Stability Control Motorbike with Abs and Crash Location Sensing},
  author={Parthasarathi Kalaiselvan and K. Ramarethinam and P. Pandiaraj},
The development of Electronic systems in the last few decades have some impact over which it is concerned about vehicles especially four wheeler's as they possess with devices that are electronically controlled by near-far or inside the vehicle, but the availability of two wheeler vehicles are very less with such counterparts, especially the necessity among the safety of passengers, when it comes to two wheeler's, they lag more as safety becomes a major issue which needs a through solution. As… 

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