Kill Switch for a Bike to Create and Develop a Smart Switch for Advanced Protection of Bike

Dr. L.M.R.J. Lobo, Ms. Deeplaxmi P. Mirajgaonkar, Ms. Vaishnavi A. Aghor, Ms. Chinmayee S.Mohare, Ms. Vaishnavi M. Sangalgikar, Ms. Shambhavi K. Deshpande


Internet of things is interconnection of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other deviceswhich are with electronics functionality, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which connection among these and exchange of data. It is the concept which enables to connect different devices to the internet and also to other connected devices. It is a massive network of connected objects and people, where all of them collect and share data about the environment and conditionsaround them. It includes various number of objects having different kinds and aspects- like smart microwaves, which automatically cook your food for the perfect amount of time, to self-driving cars, whose high level sensors detectpath and obstacles in that path, to the fitness devices which measure your heartbeat rate, measures the calories burnt and the amount of steps you’ve taken that day, then use all that information to suggest exercise plans suitable to you. The main aim of our study is to give advanced protection to a vehicle, if we are in heavy parking zone then we have big problems to find our bike so, it will be easy by featuring the engine ON/OFF using a switch; it is a combination of Arduino, GPS and GSM module and RFID which is controlled using app. In this study, we have proposed to use Arduino UNO. It is the main part of the whole circuit. It processes all the data and controls all the outputs depending on inputs for ex: when GSM module/RFID send some output in binary language then it will be processed on Arduino then to get the desired output. GSM module is used for finding a bike when it is lost; it is used for connecting to a smartphone through text messaging. RFID is used as an option for starting a bike’s engine supply when the smartphone is dead or it cannot get connected to a network area.

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