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Advanced Cellular Phone-Activated Car Security System

Ronald Ryan U. Perono | Jesse Lawrence V. Rey | Jayson E. Zabala

Discipline: Engineering



The research aimed to develop a device that would prevent thieves from breaking inside the car; thereby lessening car napping incidents. Furthermore, the advanced cellular phone-activated car security system was programmed to track the car's location once the perpetrators successfully started the car.

The methods used to complete this study were experimental development and descriptive approaches. Five purposively chosen evaluators tested the functionality of the device.

Findings revealed satisfactory results in sensing and detecting car napping attempts, blocking of car engine operation and tracking the car.