Intelligent Technologies for Research and Engineering

Volume: 2

Sensor-Based Vehicle Fuel Theft Detection System Using Microcontroller

Author(s): Jacob Abraham*, S. Ganesh and S. Kannadhasan

Pp: 204-212 (9)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815165586124020019

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


Vehicle fuel theft is one of the key worries of many bike and automobile owners these days. We've all heard stories of fuel being taken from our motorcycles or automobiles, and some of us have even experienced it ourselves. The primary goal of this detector is to prevent such an occurrence. A simple, cost-effective method is suggested here for maintaining vehicle fuel security when the vehicle owner is present anywhere on the planet. This style detector digitally displays the amount of gasoline in the fuel tank. When the gasoline is stolen, a buzzer sounds, alerting the bike's owner. The goal of this project is to utilize it to monitor fuel security. When this system detects an instruction, it sends an alert to the vehicle's owner. When the owner of a motorcycle, automobile, or truck enters the key into the ignition lock and turns it on, a signal is sent to the microcontroller. Because the microcontroller recognizes that the bike/car has started, it will not monitor the fuel level. With this project, we've included a bike ignition key. When the key is taken from the ignition lock, the level sensor is activated. As soon as the individual exits the vehicle, the key is removed, and the system is triggered. 

Keywords: Detector, Microcontroller and Vehicle, MODElSIM, Sensors.

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