A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF SIDE-VIEW MIRROR MAINTENANCE TOOLS: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SAFETY AND CONVENIENCE IN AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN

DOI: https://doi.org/10.56815/IJMRR.V2.I4.2023/1-10

Authors

  • Nuresh Kumar Khunte Assistant professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, Kalinga University Naya Raipur, C.G, India.

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https://doi.org/10.56815/IJMRR.V2.I4.2023/1-10

Keywords:

Side-View Mirrors, Maintenance Tools, Automotive Design, Safety, Smart Technologies, User Experience, Performance Evaluation, Driver Safety, User-Friendly Solutions

Abstract

This systematic review paper investigates the evolution, challenges, and advancements in side-view mirror maintenance tools, aiming to bridge the gap between safety and convenience in automotive design. The paper explores the historical development of side-view mirrors, ranging from basic reflective surfaces to the integration of smart technologies. It delves into the challenges faced by drivers in maintaining optimal mirror conditions and examines the state-of-the-art maintenance tools, categorizing them based on their functionalities and technological advancements. Safety implications and performance evaluation metrics are discussed, emphasizing the critical link between maintenance and driver safety. User experience and convenience take center stage, with an exploration of user-friendly solutions and their integration into automotive design. The conclusion highlights the key findings and proposes future directions for research, emphasizing the need for continued innovation and collaboration in this domain.

Author Biography

Nuresh Kumar Khunte, Assistant professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, Kalinga University Naya Raipur, C.G, India.

 

 

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