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Vehicle Theft Detection Using GPS, GSM and Arduino



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  1. I built one of those in 1995, long before anyone else had done it! I used a PIC 16F877. It had various modes & could handle secondary tracking by a control room & also allow immobilization of the vehicle being tracked by the chase team. There were quite a number of additional features. I tried to sell it but nobody understood what I had designed! Secondly, the cost of the components was high back then! Much simpler to do now with arduino & cheap gps units. Whole thing can be built cheaply now!

  2. I’m a bit late, but why don’t you get one of those DigiKey IOT phone plans. They are dirt cheap (like $3/month) and 5 cents/sms?

    1. Hey dude, mind if you help me out? I need some help with changing the baud rate, as explained in this video. You think you could help me with that?

    2. Luca Prencipe To change the baud rate on the serial monitor, click the current baud rate and it should be a drop down menu that you can select it

  3. the smtp of google or hotmail always are a trouble for me. try using a third party smtp server, i usually use the corporate email server for those scenarios, its a basic smtp server with the option to chose if you want to work with ssl or not, other reference point its test that with the outlook app of microsoft office and set the account as a pop3 email.
    Very good youtube videos, i always stay creative… jeje

  4. Hi Scott !
    For improve the rapidity for get GPS location you can use QuecLocator or similar… the localisation will be get with phone RF network.
    In this system, you don’t have an AT command for enter the module into sleep mode ?

    1. Hey Julien? If you use the code Scott used at 1:50 , do you get an error saying “invalid use of non-static member function
      ” after you’ve tried to upload it?

    2. @Luca Prencipe Hi, i didn’t implement and work on an arduino target but i develop on another target with other module for localisation and connectivity.

      For your problem, i think you use a fonction or macro-definition with bad parameters. Check the API and navigate inside the header file 🙂
      I hope you will find the error 🙂

  5. As this system doesn’t have arm/disarm switch, it means you get SMS every time turning ignition on and riding bike yourself (false positive)?

  6. Hi, Scott…
    Thank for this video, it was really helpful.
    I like your explanation simple and complete.
    Kindly make video on GSM and GPRS modules, which module is more suitable for IoT (MQTT)
    projects. This is really confusing which module are available and which is good for IoT

  7. Gmail is strictly SMTPS (actually SMTP over TLS on standard port 25)
    Some time ago it would not accept connections
    Before it was main SMTP, but still used some form of encryption and as far as I know it never accepted plain text as such (I am aware how to use unsecured SMTP server to send email from arbitrary (even non existing) address


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