Object Tracking System using Iot

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Abstract

Generally every person might have the habit of forgetting their things where they kept or losing their things like vehicles, car keys, house keys or some valuable things. If our mobile is lost we can track it using our Google account but we cannot track any other object in the similar way. This problem is very common when we loose our things we may face difficulty in finding them. Instead of finding them we replace them with new ones sometimes our data will be lost which we cannot retrieve back. So in our project we can track our lost objects by implementing IoT. We can implement this using Bluetooth but there are few limitations which can be resolved using IoT. The different components generally used are GPS we can get the location of the object that we want to track but if the signal is transmitted using GPS our communication devices cannot receive them directly. So we use GSM module which will transfer those signals to the communication devices. The main purpose of our project is it gives the location of the object and traces it. This will help us to track any stable object or moving objects like vehicles, keys, trucks etc. This device will send the location co-ordinates to the user or person who is tracking the object. This device can use by the transport service companies and every person in their daily life. It also keeps on updating the travel status of the object as the object moves on and processes the queries of the owner in tracking the object.

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Pachipala*, Dr. Y., Lalitha, C., Kaza, … Bhavani, K. L. (2020). Object Tracking System using Iot. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(3), 1357–1362. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.b7467.019320

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