A MASSIVE VEHICLE THEFT CONTROL SYSTEM USING EMBEDDED AND MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES
Abstract: To prevent or deter the unauthorized appropriation of vehicles, vehicle-theft control unit should be used. Automobiles can be designed with vehicle-theft control unit by making use of Embedded and Mobile technologies. The developed vehicle-theft control unit makes use of a mobile phone that is embedded in the vehicle which in turn interfaced to Engine Control Unit of the vehicle through Ethernet. The vehicle being stolen can be stopped by using GPS and GSM feature of the mobile phone. The owner sends the message to the mobile which is embedded in the vehicle which has been stolen and this in turn controls the vehicle by locking the working of the engine immediately. The engine can be unlocked only by the owner of the vehicle by sending the message again. This vehicle-theft control unit also consists of Lock, Spray and Alert mechanism to provide a better vehicle security. The main goal behind the design is to develop a massive vehicle security system using Embedded and Mobile technologies.
[Pranesh.S, Mr. P. Saravana Kumar (2014); A MASSIVE VEHICLE THEFT CONTROL SYSTEM USING EMBEDDED AND MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES Int. J. of Adv. Res. 2 (4). 0] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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