Use of high frequency sound waves to prevent strike of animals and birds by vehicles
Death of animals and birds due to entering the path of car is one of the major issues for every country and the all automobile firms (Bashir and Abu-Zidan, 2006). So, for managing this issue, different ways are considered by the organizations and the animal protects departments (Rowden et al., 2008).
In this, use the high beams, obey the speed limit, sigh board, etc are some common ways that are used. But at the same time, in-spite of all these ways, approx 1.3 million animals die every day and it is a big ratio (Proppe et al., 2017). It is also a main reason for decreasing number of animals.
So, for overcoming the issues of animal death, there is the preference of the technology development and in this, there is the use of high frequency sound waves. It is a unique solution for preventing the death of animals and birds due to entering the path of car.
The use of high frequency sound waves helps to keep away the animals and birds from the road (Sharma and Shah, 2017). It is because it confuses disorient and intimidate birds within range and keep away the animal and birds.
In this research, there will be the use of primary and secondary data collection. In the primary data collection, researcher will target the firms that are using high frequency sound waves for preventing the death of birds.
Apart from this, there will also be a use of secondary data to get the clear information about the death of birds and animals due to entering the path of car. This will help to provide good idea about the primary research.
In this research, SPSS method will be used to analyze the data and to present a valid outcome of the research. This research will also follow the ethical issues regarding the collection of primary and secondary data for overcoming the all issues from the research.
The aim of this research is to “preventing animals and birds being hit on the road by vehicles using high frequency sound waves to prevent it from entering the path of car”
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Proppe, D.S., McMillan, N., Congdon, J.V. and Sturdy, C.B., 2017. Mitigating road impacts on animals through learning principles. Animal cognition, 20(1), pp.19-31.
Rowden, P., Steinhardt, D. and Sheehan, M., 2008. Road crashes involving animals in Australia. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 40(6), pp.1865-1871.
Sharma, S.U. and Shah, D.J., 2017. A practical animal detection and collision avoidance system using computer vision technique. IEEE Access, 5, pp.347-358.