Wireless Connectivity to Vehicle Body Control Module

Authors : Rutuja Uday Biraj; Dr. Amrita A. Agashe

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 6 - June

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- The project aims to build an application in the area of internet of things, wireless technology and automotive electronics. It also aims to locking and unlocking of two wheelers using wireless technology and then sharing the vehicle using smart phone. The basic idea is to provide access to only authorized people for sharing a two wheeler vehicle securely. Authorization for the same can be done via sharing necessary credentials. A customized Android based application is devised. It should be installed on the smart phone. This is linked up to embedded controller based digital lock and unlock via Bluetooth interface. The vehicle needs to have a Bluetooth based body control module (BCM). Whenever a person wants to operate vehicle using smart phone he must be within that Bluetooth range of BCM. The range of Bluetooth is nothing but the received signal strength by the device in that area. After matching with the credentials and received signal strength indicator (RSSI) value, the vehicle is unlocked. The concerned vehicle status with time and date is recorded in the application platform and is updated on the cloud using GSM technology. To check for the proposed system and its results, prototype is implemented. Successful operation is confirmed after its experiments with different approaches.

Keywords : IoT, Embedded System, Wireless Communication, Processor and Controller, Android, Bluetooth Technology, Automotive Electronics.


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