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TIT students develop advanced security system

india Updated: Nov 24, 2006 16:17 IST
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A GROUP of final year students of electronics and communication branch of the Technocrats Institute of Technology (TIT) developed an advanced electronic security device. The device will send a SMS message to cell phone of owner in case of an unauthorised breach of vehicle or house or office.

The students are trying to add more advanced features to the device and soon it will not only be able to track the position of the vehicle (when it crosses from mobile network to another) but will also have the facility of video capturing that will make it easy to identify intruder. The features are to be added to the security device as part the major project on which the team of students is presently working.

The students, who have developed infrared and touch sensor-based security device, include Yashwant Ray, Debprotim Seal, Deepali Sakalley, Manjari Chaturvedi and Tulika Mitra. The students demonstrated the device before a section of media on Thursday.

The innovation is mainly installed in the door of the vehicle and whenever the door is opened, an auto-generated SMS is sent to the pre-fed cell number. Similar auto-generated message is sent when the censor reads body heat around the device.

In future, the device will send an SMS whenever the device (along with moving vehicle) crosses from one mobile network to other thus tracking its position. Similarly MMS facility will be introduced to capture picture of intruder.

The students claim that the device will be affordable, costing about Rs 2,000. It is also sleek and compact in size and thus easy to handle and install in any two-wheeler, four-wheeler, at homes or in offices.

The students were guided by Prof Vikas Gupta and supported by head of department of electronics and communication Prof Padma Kunthes, director TIT Dr C L Saxena, Shivendra Singh, Sandeep Nimade and Anil Baghel.

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