India is the second largely populated country in the world, with one in three Indian households owning a
two-wheeler. Two-wheeler sales in India reaching an all-time high in the year 2019, reinforces that this is the most
favored mode of road transport. With elite and extravagant motor bikes taking over the market today, the safety of these
automobiles is to be greatly improved. This paper presents a vehicle security device using technologies such as GPS and
GSM. In addition to the accident alert, any perceptible movement of the bike is also monitored and alerted.
Unauthenticated handling of the bike activates the GSM present in the bike that sends a user notification. The bike’s
power transmission can be turned off with owner discretion. The bike’s location can also be learnt through the GPS
thereby helping the retrieval of the same. A complete control system using mobile phone wherein the original key will
also fail to start ignition is the significance of this design.
Vehicle, Security, Transport, GPS, GSM
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