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Automotive Security and Safety System Using ARM Microcontroller.

Journal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.3, No. 4)

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Page : 4045-4052

Keywords : ARM; GSM; Sensors; SMS; car safety; Fingerprint sensor; Alcohol sensor; Fuel sensor.;

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In this paper we proposed a system which can improve the safety and security in vehicle. Automobile industry and automobile market is in a high speed development state for several years. Automobile's appearance impact and changes people's life, it's becoming the progressive symbol of modern society. However, as the sharp rise of the automobile quantity, vehicle thief case is increasing. Car theft has been a persisting problem around the world. Due to the insecure environment the ratio of vehicle theft increases rapidly. Because of this is manufacturers of luxury automobiles has the responsibilities for taking steps to ensure the authorization for the owners and also in built the anti theft system to prevent the car from theft. The existing system was, Car alarm techniques are used to prevent the car theft with the help of different type of sensors like pressure, tilt and shock & door sensors. These systems however bear some limitations such as high cost, high false-alarm rate, and easy to be disabled. In order to solve these problem recent advancements in computer hardware and software have enabled automobile industry to develop affordable automated biometrics-based identification and verification systems. Many biometrics, including face detection, facial features, hand geometry, handwriting and voice have been used for the identification and verification of individuals. Each biometric has its own advantages and disadvantages, and choosing the best one for a specific application is influenced by both performance criteria and operating environment.

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