July 29, 2016 at 6:11 pm #4529Mustafa JafriParticipant
Need help guys.
We have been given a Final Year Project.
In which we have any vehicle (Motorcycle, Car, etc), and we have to do these 3 tasks with the vehicle.
Using RFID, we have to make some User IDs and one Administrator. Only these users and admin can Start the Vehicle. If someone else tries to do it, then a message will be sent to the Users and Administrator via GSM.
We have a GPS tracking system in the vehicle, if we want to know the location, then we can send a command through GSM and we will get the location through message via GSM.
We have controlled ON OFF system for the vehicle through GSM. Only Administrator has the rights for it. If the Administrator sends ON command through GSM, then the Vehicle will Start instantly. If the administrator sends OFF command through GSM, then the Vehicle will Stop immediately.
We really don't know much about RFID, GSM or GPS.
Or any alternatives for the tasks will also be accepted. Thank you!July 30, 2016 at 6:32 am #14092Ashutosh BhattParticipant
you can find the tutorials on RFID, GPS as well as GSM on EG and learn how to get started from thatAugust 1, 2016 at 11:35 am #14097m venugopalParticipant
Step 1: select any microcontroller
select any microcontrollerm like, 8051, Arduino & AVR etc. my sugestion is, select any MC which was you already familiar. if your are new to micrcontrollers, better to choose Arduino
Step 2: connect GSM,GPS,RFID modules to microcontroller.
you can find valuable information in our EG website regarding interfacing of these modules to microcontroller. please go through below links.
Step 3: Write microcontroller code.
add all respective libraries, draw your project function (working) as algorithm, as pe algorithm write code.
if need any help in programming, please post few important details after selectng micrcocontroller. like
which microcontroller you choosen
and your algorithmAugust 16, 2016 at 8:25 am #14112VivekanandParticipant
You can refer below links for kind of your information
All circuits are working fine…
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