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Development of Motocycle's Anti-theft Device Based on NFC
Jin, Taeseok;
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Recently, IoT(Internet of Things) technology is widely applied in not only our everyday lives but also in industry, medical field and security system. NFC system, the basis of IoT, is in the spotlight which can be an alternative solution of a anti-theft system for motorcycle as they basically have practicality and security issues. Anti-theft system for motorcycle using the NFC smart devices based on RFID has been proposed. because Progress of Smart Device If someone get the Key for motorcycle theft, he can be easily stolen motorcycle. We thought about the concept of NFC security devices as a wireless key and automatic solenoid valve for setting the lock and unlock module. In this study, we designed motorcycle smart key system with general-purpose NFC system and the automatic solenoid valve for setting the lock and unlock module. First, we designed control unit and NFC card reader for motorcycle smart key system. Then we propose an AES encryption algorithm and prove that the motorcycle key system is controllable by showing the result of implementing and testing, after installing.
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