Campus Vehicle Tracking Using RFID Tag

Mohd Uzair Bin Mohd Fuad, Mohd Uzair (2009) Campus Vehicle Tracking Using RFID Tag. [Final Year Project] (Unpublished)

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Currently all students and staffs at UTP used sticker for their vehicle.
Security guards enable to differentiate between students and staff by color of the
sticker. For visitor, they have to put their license or ID card before they can enter
UTP. By this sticker, UTP administration enables to track down vehicle flow within
the campus for security reason. Research shows many vehicles in violation of
campus regulations at any given point in time. Not only that, manual compliance
monitoring methods are usually depend upon other incident detection events,
resulting in minimal sampling of the total vehicle population. Stolen vehicle case
inside campus is risen year by year as number of vehicle are kept increasing. The
objective this project is to develop an affordable solution to these problems by using
radio frequency identification (RFID) auto ID sensors and wireless information
networks for the collection of the real-time field data from a vehicle. It also provided
some extra features to the recent system which are; making documentation process
efficient and effective, provide safety in vehicle, and provide campus security
administration wide variety of application. A prototype is used to illustrate how to
implement the system under various scenarios within the campus.

Item Type: Final Year Project
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
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Date Deposited: 11 Jan 2012 12:24
Last Modified: 19 Jan 2017 15:47

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