Jan. 22, 2009 to Jan. 24, 2009
This paper deals with the design & development of a theft control system for an automobile, which is being used to prevent/control the theft of a vehicle. The developed system makes use of an embedded system based on GSM technology. The designed & developed system is installed in the vehicle. An interfacing mobile is also connected to the microcontroller, which is in turn, connected to the engine. Once, the vehicle is being stolen, the information is being used by the vehicle owner for further processing. The information is passed onto the central processing insurance system, where by sitting at a remote place, a particular number is dialed by them to the interfacing mobile that is with the hardware kit which is installed in the vehicle. By reading the signals received by the mobile, one can control the ignition of the engine; say to lock it or to stop the engine immediately. Again it will come to the normal condition only after entering a secured password. The owner of the vehicle & the central processing system will know this secured password. The main concept in this design is introducing the mobile communications into the embedded system. The designed unit is very simple & low cost. The entire designed unit is on a single chip. When the vehicle is stolen, owner of vehicle may inform to the central processing system, then they will stop the vehicle by just giving a ring to that secret number and with the help of SIM tracking knows the location of vehicle and informs to the local police or stops it from further movement.
Microcontroller, Theft control system, Embedded system, Relay, LCD
B. G. Nagaraja, Ravi Rayappa, M. Mahesh, Chandrasekhar M. Patil, T.C. Manjunath, "Design & Development of a GSM Based Vehicle Theft Control System", ICACC, 2009, 2012 International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications, 2012 International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communications 2009, pp. 148-152, doi:10.1109/ICACC.2009.154