Safety Device for Person with GPS Tracking Location using Dijkstra’s Algorithm


Authors : Patilano, Hazel San L; Ang, Crystallene G; Agunda, Christian Paul S; Canda Ian Paul I; Duetes, Christian L; Salgo, John Benedict B

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 5 - May

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6774862

The goal of this research is to create a "safety device for a person with GPS tracking location" that will allow police to track offenders using the safety device with GPS tracking by sending real-time SMS alerts and GPS tracking to the nearest police station. Depending on the user's response, the device can prevent crimes before they happen. The study is most suited for people who stroll or commute to unpleasant locations. The study requires users to have an active mobile service load to optimize the device's capability. It involves a host server that receives and processes user-initiated complaints. The "Safety Device for Persons with GPS Tracking Location" was made with the Arduino Nano and includes the following functionalities: SMS alert, realtime position direct to the authorities, and GPS tracking location. It has two options. The first is the "push button," where when you press the button it will send a message to the nearby police station, and the second is the keyword "FIND." The police will send a text message to the device if the holder of the device has a serious problem and can no longer press the button. The device will automatically send the exact location of the victim and it will be notified to the police.

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