International Journal of Advanced Computer Research (ISSN (print): 2249-7277 ISSN (online): 2277-7970) Volume-3 Number-1 Issue-9 March-2013
Multi-Level Security for Automotive
RFID Based Technology with LabVIEW Implementation
Priya Darshini .V
, Sangeetha Monica.T
Security has become a prominent parameter for all the electronic gadgets. This proposed paper aims at securing the automotive and also preventing the unauthorized persons from accessing it. The technologies such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), thumb registration system and face recognition will be applied for the security measures. This proposed system will also be implemented in LabVIEW using Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite II (ELVIS). Initially, the RFID system will be authenticated .The importance of this system is that,it gets verification from the Road Transportation Office (RTO).The user will require an authentication to get proceed to the thumb registration module by which the efficiency of the thumb is enhanced using Pattern Matching Algorithm (PMA). Face recognition system is a technique which will be used after the thumb registration system. At last, this system allows the user to drive the car. For emergency, a key insertion slot will be placed in the system through which the user can insert the key. During this emergency
mode of operation the camera captures the driver’simage and sends it to the owner’s m
obile as Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS). The owner will provide the authentication password; this in turn allows the user to drive the vehicle. Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) module is also kept inbuilt for tracking purpose. Among the different technologies proposed, RFID technique is briefly discussed in this paper.
Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite II (ELVIS), Global System for Mobile communication(GSM), Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).
Recent surveys conducted by United States of America (USA) reported, about 625 vehicles arestolen in an average for a day .The present securitysystem lacks in providing the tighten security to theautomotive. The ultimate aim of this paper is to provide a hi-tech security to the automotive .Theexisting barcode reader verification system possessthe main disadvantage
“line of sight “
[1,2].Theradar communication security system overcomes the barcode readers line of sight problem. This systemalso possessed a problem. It is that, it takes a longer time to respond as well as the instrumentation setupand the logical analysis of the system proved to becostlier[3,4]. These problems were solved by theRFID technology. The solution will be brieflydiscussed in this paper.
2. Literature Review
This System analyzes an Immobilizer EngineControl Unit (ECU) using Radio Frequency moduleapplication innovated. The wireless characteristics of radio frequency module enhance the system to beunreachable to the vehicle thieves seemed to be a problem to the community upon their vehicle safety.
Pre-Processing Databases and Images
In order to implement this RFID module thenecessary requirement is the Pre-processing database.A database will be designed which contains the parameters like name of the person, tag number,license number, age, employment ID, and bloodgroup. All these data of a particular person will befeeded separately in a data base. The user flashes thegiven card; the radiating field in the tag radiates therequired data through the RFID reader . The dataonce received will be transmitted through thetransmitter to the RTO.The database present in theoffice compares the data received to the data which isalready present. It transmits the compared result tothe user and the result will be displayed using theLCD display .The detailed function and the analysisof the system will be discussed in this paper. Thedatabase of the RFID system is shown in the figure 1