Project Description: 32000 animals were killed on the railway tracks in India between 2016 and 2018. The Lifeline Express project's goal is to reduce animal accidents that occur by trains on railway lines that cut through forests and conservation sites. Animals lose access to food & water sources and thus encounter speeding trains every time they move about in their natural habitat.
This project consists of ultrasonic sensors for measuring the train distance and a line of frequency booths on both sides of the tracks. When the train is nearing the frequency booth it releases frequency above 23000 hz - 64000 hz which irritates the animals and keeps them away from crossing the tracks at that time.