The purpose of this paper is to build a secured and reliable vehicle anti-theft system which will have the ability to access the vehicle subsystems from a remote location where there is GSM network. And also, the design method involves the interfacing of GSM/GPRS modem module with the vehicle ignition subsystem, and the test result shows that it performs some control actions on the vehicle subsystems from a mobile phone, having taken the advantage of the wide coverage area of some GSM networks. Hence the topic is “Remotely Controlled Vehicle Anti-theft System via GSM Network”.
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T. Oladimeji, P. Oshevire, O. Omitola and O. Adedokun, "Design and Implementation of Remotely Controlled Vehicle Anti-Theft System via GSM Network," Wireless Sensor Network
, Vol. 5 No. 8, 2013, pp. 151-157. doi: 10.4236/wsn.2013.58018
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