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Table of Contents

Acknowledgement 2

Abstract 3

Index 4-5

List of Figures 6

Numeric and Subscript 7

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Pacific School of Engineering, Sanki
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We would like to give sincere thanks to our respectable guide Prof. Divyang P. Patel for his
advice and suggestions to our project. His continuous encouragement and perseverance were
constant sources of inspiration for us. We gained a lot of invaluable guidance and promote
suggestion from him during entire project work. We are grateful to him for guiding us
extending his cooperation for providing us with necessary information.
We are also thankful to our H.O.D. Prof. Brijesh D. Parmar and other professors of
electrical department of our college.
Last but not least, I would like to thanks God and my family members for their love,
support, and excellent co-operation to build my morale and support at the time of hardships,
agony and anguish during the entire work.

Pandey Avanish V. Patel Umang J.


(09662327772) (09714328262)

Ravalji Siddharaj K. Singh Amrit R.


(09974605699) (09033126466)

Place: PSE, Surat.

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Abstract
Vehicle security is an important issue these days due to the rising number of vehicle thefts
and one more big issue with the vehicles are handling its keys. .Keys need to be carried and
should be taken care that is doesn’t get misplaced by you or losing the keys is a serious issues
these days. One of major question is this when we lose our vehicle it’s almost impossible to
find it again easily. And more like starting of vehicle by using kick, sometimes it just gets
damaged as a result of which we cannot start our vehicle so here.. We are proposing a solution
by using a fingerprint vehicle starting and security system. In which we are giving a view that
how it can be done manually without using keys and almost without using self-start.

As per the report published by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), in the year 2014
alone 122,367 two wheeler vehicles were stolen in India. Out of which only 32,826 vehicles
were recovered. Typically, two-wheelers are stolen right from the roads and the parking lots.
By the time the police are alerted (which could be a few hours since the theft), the vehicles are
made underground leaving almost no clues. Then vehicles were either dismantled or sold in
other states/districts at very low prices, leaving the owner and police helpless in bringing the
thief to book. The only possible way out of this problem is implementation of security system
in the vehicle

Key Words: fingerprint module, arduino compiler, at-mega 32 microcontroller, GPS, GSM

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INDEX

Chapter 1 Introduction 1

1.1 History of Fingerprint Vehicle Starters 1

1.2 Fingerprint Vehicle Starter and Security System 3

1.3 Advantages of Fingerprint Vehicle Starter and Security System 4

1.4 Objective of System 4

Chapter 2 Canvases 5

2.1 AEIOU 5

2.2 Empathy Canvas 6

2.3 Ideation Canvas 7

2.4 Product Development Canvas 8

Chapter 3 Literature review 9

3.1 Literature survey 9

3.2 Results from Literature survey 11

Chapter 4 Methodology for Implementing the System 12

4.1 Block diagram 12

4.1.1 Components used in the system 12

- Fingerprint Module 12

- Arduino Compiler 13

- GPS and GSM Module 14

- LCD 16

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Chapter 5 Summary 17

5.1 Advantages as Compare to Other Existing System 17

5.2 Scope of the Future Work 17

5.3 Features of the Proposed System 17

Chapter 6 References 18

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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure No Title Page No.

Fig: 1.1 Model of Fingerprint System(1) 1

Fig: 1.2 Model of Fingerprint System(2) 2

Fig: 1.3 Fingerprint Module 3

Fig 2.1 AEIOU Canvas 5

Fig 2.2 Empathizing Canvas 6

Fig 2.3 Ideation Canvas 7

Fig 2.4 Product Development Canvas 8

Fig: 3 Advantage and Disadvantage of Biometric Locks 10

Fig: 4.1 Block Diagram of the system 12

Fig: 4.2 Fingerprint Module R305 12

Fig: 4.3 Arduino compiler 13

Fig: 4.4 GPS Module 14

Fig: 4.5 GSM Module 15

Fig: 4.6 LCD 16

Fig: 4.7 Push Button 16

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Numeric and Subscript

1. NCRB National Crime Records Bureau

2. GPS Global Positioning System

3. GSM Global System for Mobile Communication

4. LCD Liquid Crystal Display

5. IDE Integrated Development Environment

6. SMS Short Message Service

7. FAR False Acceptance Ratio

8. SIM Subscriber Identity Module

9. UTC Universal Time Coordinated

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