A novel smart security system for a hybrid motorcycle using IoT Online publication date: Thu, 07-Apr-2022
by C.T. Manimegalai; Sabitha Gauni; K. Kalimuthu; Arkoalo Palchaudhuri
Electronic Government, an International Journal (EG), Vol. 18, No. 2, 2022
Abstract: The researchers have found that the governments of all the countries in the world need to consider 6% reduction of annual fossil fuel production in order to prevent catastrophic warming. The increasing number of IC engine vehicles is causing a massive diminution of the storage of natural fuel which is leading to the huge down fall of the environment. The current situation of the environment is forcing people to figure out some alternative ways for the sake of saving the planet from facing the massive disaster it is heading to. As a way out, hybrid vehicles are already introduced to the market by different automobile companies. This kind of vehicle can decrease the level of air pollution. Besides this, vehicles can decrease the burning of fuel and most importantly the electric engine attached to it makes an electronic control system. The governments should ensure the implementation of this system, which helps to attach various security features to the vehicle. This paper is basically proposing a compact electric motorcycle security system for the rider. This security system is made with five 8051 microcontrollers, ZigBee and GSM communication, and cloud computing with IoT module. It can be used both in electric and hybrid motorcycles.
Online publication date: Thu, 07-Apr-2022
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