INTERNET OF THINGS BASED AUTOMATIC TOLL COLLECTION WITH VEHICLE AND FUEL THEFT DETECTION SYSTEM
Wahida Banu B, Mr. Srikantha K M
IoT, RFID, GSM, GPS, Ardiuno, Node MCU
Internet of Things have become an integral part of today's development of the smart city, now in the world where it is possible to have nothing without the Internet especially where they have become corporate organizations to use the Internet for communication purpose. The Internet of things is expanding its impact on each of our daily lives and our use of energy consumption by reducing the use of Internet coding of objects for day-to-day living. Therefore in this research introduce automatic tollgate collection and vehicle theft detection system using IoT. The automated toll collection system uses RFID technology where they help reduce toll gate traffic and avoid other illegal passage of vehicles through a toll gate. This project consist of two levels. The toll booth displays one of the first to be managed by the concept 'Internet of Things' based entirely on RFID technology. Second level contract for vehicle and fuel theft detection and control using GSM technology. When the vehicle appears to be looted, the customer receives a warning message along with the current location of the vehicle. So the customer can interact with the system to send a single message with the intention of stopping the transport. Our next goal is to provide an automated toll collection system to achieve simultaneous prevention of long queues at the tolling plaza using time consuming and consumer-specific radio (RFID) technology. There are also obvious, theft, cars using paid online payment concepts. This system has a GSM modem which sends SMS to the owner of the vehicle when there is fuel theft going on.