Construction and Evaluation of Arduino-based with Real-time Notification Anti-Carnapping (ARNAC) Device

Authors

  • Roberto R. Santiago
  • Billie Jack DR. Pasion
  • Tranquilino J. Lucas
  • Joevenson I. Lacanilao
  • Ronnie O. Juliano

Keywords:

Anti-Carnapping Device, Arduino, Real-time Notification, Vehicle.

Abstract

This study aimed to construct and evaluate of an Arduino-based Anti-Carnapping Device with Instant Messaging Technology. It is an improvised mechanism aimed to help the community to protect their vehicles from thievery. The concept of the Hannafin and Peck model was employed in this study. The following is a summary of the research results: 1. the construction stage of the Arduino-based with Real-time Notification Anti-Carnapping (ARNAC) device goes through gathering and analyzation of data, designing the device, which entails the software, hardware and cost and benefit analysis, and then followed by the actual construction of the device; 2. the researchers evaluate the technological characteristics of the ARNAC device based on ISO 9126 standards such as functionality, reliability, efficiency and security; and 3. the level of effectiveness of the implementation in terms of its operation and accuracy of the ARNAC device was evaluated and described. The researchers amassed car owners, industry practitioners and Philippine National Police personnel from the research locale of the study. The respondents’ approval qualifies the developed ARNAC device as an innovated reliable anti-theft equipment.

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Published

2022-09-22

How to Cite

Roberto R. Santiago, Billie Jack DR. Pasion, Tranquilino J. Lucas, Joevenson I. Lacanilao, & Ronnie O. Juliano. (2022). Construction and Evaluation of Arduino-based with Real-time Notification Anti-Carnapping (ARNAC) Device . International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 3(09), 76–83. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/715

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