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PROGRESSED DATA WAREHOUSE IMPLEMENTATION STUDY FOR RECORDING INCIDENT CASES AND EMERGENCY PRECAUTION

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PROGRESSED DATA WAREHOUSE IMPLEMENTATION STUDY FOR RECORDING INCIDENT CASES AND EMERGENCY PRECAUTION

 

 

Abstract – Traumatic injury is now a leading cause of death and disability worldwide. DW is a collection of definitions that includes records, police accounts, estimates, and measurements, among other things. And the research flows on record keeping (on a government and hospital basis), maintaining mortality rates, researching by records with police statistics reports on death, injury percentages, road user precautions, the most common and major causes of accidents, and taking immediate action on INCIDENT causes associated with RTI. An alert structure can be chosen to keep track of how many people are involved, how many are killed, and the factors that cause accidents. We will revamp the archive with records for potential use by doing this proposed destination analysis. The DW are used to determine the cause, any potential for complications, mortality rates, and other considerations using a manual DW{I}. The most important aspect is that we can customize some causes and factors to resolve the common road accidents. RTI/RTC play an important part in data collection and release, but it seems that the documents are not always taken seriously because they are manually read and not always correct. The benefit of progressed adoption is that people are more aware of what is going on in terms of accidents, triggers, interventions, updates and solutions to the issues at any point of time {II}.The study’s main goal/objective is to create a more reliable means of storing records in the Road Traffic Collision Commission by using a long-term archive. The only way to do this is to provide a data warehouse for crash cases and causes.

Keywords:  RTC/RTI, computation, causes, record keeping, database, progressed implementation