Vehicle Anti-Theft System Using Fingerprint Recognition Technique

  • Z. Brijet Assistant Professor, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Velammal Engineering College, Chennai, India
  • B.Santhosh Kumar PG Student, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Velammal Engineering College, Chennai, India
  • N. Bharathi Professor, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Velammal Engineering College, Chennai, India

Abstract

Objectives: This work is focused on protecting cars from unauthorized users and to prevent the vehicle from theft. Using biometric fingerprint security system only authorized persons can start the vehicle. This makes the vehicle protected. Methods/Analysis: The security system usage is increasing and is necessary all over the world. Usage of biometrics like fingerprint is used widely and is common in factories, buildings, schools and colleges and many more applications. Findings: This project deals with the protection of the vehicle which leads to the development of the antitheft system in a car using AT mega 328. A fingerprint sensor which is kept inside the vehicle is used to sense the fingerprint. Fingerprint sensor data reading obtained in the AT mega 328 which is analysed with the pre-assigned data. Identifying the person as the car owner or an authorized fingerprint user who can take control of the car, the engine ignition system starts. If it is an intruder, engine never starts. Improvement: Other security systems can be hacked, whereas in this case fingerprint is being used as the key which is unique for each person and therefore gives improved security.
Keywords: Fingerprint sensor, Arduino UNO board, Engine ignition system, Relay, Vehicle security system.
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Brijet, Z., Kumar, B., & Bharathi, N. (2017, December 13). Vehicle Anti-Theft System Using Fingerprint Recognition Technique. Open Academic Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 1(1), 36-41. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.33094/5.2017.11.36.41
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