Automated Security Intrusion Alert System for Wide Range of Applications

  • J. LavanyaEmail author
  • Padmakar Rao
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 33)


This work focuses on a novel system that actively detects motion and notifies the administrator with the GSM. This work aims at to create a responsive and affordable security system which can be installed at any place. The functions and processing is will be done using a simple prototyping board KL25Z provide by ARM and powered by the Cortex M0+ processor. The hardware is installed at college premises for testing and found working.


KL25Z ARM cortex FRDM Motion Security System SIM800 SMS Ultrasonic HCSR-04 



We are thankful to the VJIT management for giving us encouragement and support to finish our proposed work successfully.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Electronics and Communications DepartmentVJITMoinabadIndia

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