This paper provides an SMS-controlled car security system that incorporates image capture and audio recording techniques to increase automotive security. A mobile phone controls the device, which is connected to a PIC, GPS, and GSM modem. The transmitting and receiving parts make up the entirety of the system. The microcontroller, which serves as the system’s brain, the global positioning system (GPS), which is used to obtain precise location and time, a GSM modem (Siemens TC35) that sends and receives messages and voice calls, an extremely small snapshot camera that takes pictures of car thieves, processes them into Jpeg files, and forwards them to the PIC through a serial port, and a voice recording device that receives the thief’s conversation
The receiving ends consist of a nRF2401 receiver and a memory card that serves as a data storing device. This device can respond to text and SMS commands given to it from a mobile phone. The microcontroller checks the modem to see if there are any messages from the users, and the user can make a voice call and listen in on the thieves’ chat through the disguised condenser microphone. This sophisticated car security system is great for locating stolen vehicles and intruders.
Adewumi Adebayo Segun
Department of Pure and Applied Physics, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, P.M.B. 4000 Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria.
Adeleke David Kehinde
Department of Physics, Adeleke University, P.M.B 250, Ede, Nigeria.