AutoX Watchdog

AutoX Watchdog is a system designed for vehicle security that allows users to be notified when moving objects are detected in close proximity to their vehicle. Once an object is detected a camera will move in the direction of the triggered sensor, take a picture, and store it on an attached SD drive, once the image is stored a notificati0.on is sent to the user’s phone. The mobile application developed allows the user to control the camera from their phone, and receive captured images.

Key Technologies:

  • Arduino platform (Hardware Unit)

  • Android Application (Camera Controller)

  • Sim900 GPRS Unit for telecommunications  

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