Development of vehicle door security using smart tag and fingerprint system

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Research and development advancements in the area of Vehicle Door Security using Smart Tag and Fingerprint System. Fingerprint biometric is one of the popular, ubiquitous, reliable, economical and efficient biometric technologies. Due to its versatility, fingerprint biometric is applicable. Fingerprint is popular because of its universality, uniqueness, permanence, acceptability, performance [1]. The Arduino as a controller between RFID Sensor, Fingerprint Sensor, Buzzer, LCD, LED and Relay. This research implemented for security purpose to protect the safety of vehicle from vehicle theft or burglary. It is very useful and important for alert the people who have vehicle to protect it from theft. This is a very important system to be implemented at the main door of vehicle. The system started to work when the user access either than one system fingerprint or smart tag to lock and unlock the door. The fingerprint system only user can access their fingerprint whereas the smart tag system can access by user or user’s intimate relative when they borrow the vehicle for emergency. The vehicle door cannot be opened when unmatched fingerprint is access or incorrect smart tag is access. Once the incorrect smart tag is access by unauthorized person, the buzzer will be activated and produce a high level of alarm sound to alert the user. The Arduino Uno microcontroller is controlled by the entire system of the project. Hence, it is easy to implement and available to use because it has a simple function, so this system can be enhancing with modern technology so it can be applying into vehicle part for secure the vehicle.




Alsayaydeh, J. A. J., Khang, A. W. Y., Indra, W. A., Pusppanathan, J. B., Shkarupylo, V., Zakir Hossain, A. K. M., & Saravanan, S. (2019). Development of vehicle door security using smart tag and fingerprint system. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(1), 3108–3114.

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