A Secured Transport System by Authenticating Vehicles and Drivers Using RFID
The Secured Transport System by authenticating Vehicles and Drivers using RFID is aimed at providing a secure transportation mechanism. As the vehicular traffic is growing exponentially, monitoring the authenticity of drivers and vehicles is a hurricane task for RTO (Regional Transport Office). Though monitoring is achieved to some extent by Global Positioning Systems (GPS), currently it is restricted to taxi cabs. Our proposed work utilizes server-client methods used in other areas. Each vehicle will be embedded with a client module circuitry and RTO offices will host servers. Vehicles’ and Drivers’ information gathered by client is validated by Servers and thus RTO can keep track of various credentials like vehicle insurance, driving license of every vehicle plying on streets.
KeywordsRadio Frequency Identification(RFID) Regional Transport Office (RTO) Global Positioning System(GPS) ARM 920T S3C2440 Linux Cross Platform Tool – Qt
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