(Doc) Competency Demonstration Report
Added on - 21 Apr 2020
COMPETENCYDEMONSTRATION REPORTCareer Episode 2NAME
CE 2.1 Project InformationName of the project:Designing Mobile Control Car Security System (MCCS)Location of the project:[PLEASE FILL]Project Duration:[PLEASE FILL]Organization:[PLEASE FILL]Role and Designation during the time:Team LeaderCE 2.2 Project BackgroundCE 2.2.1 Characteristics of the projectSecurity systems in cars are getting advanced yet, the security systems could be breachedby the thieves who are well equipped with technology. For them it just a trick but the usershaving cars faces many problems due to such intrusion that might affect the individual in allaspects. Our team decided to design a security system for the cars that could be controlledremotely and a system that could be helpful in ensuring the high-level security for the cars withadditional features. We have designed the security system that can enable a two-waycommunication between the owner of the car and the alarm system implemented in the car. Thisproject will be able to notify the owner whenever, intrusion is detected and allows the owner tocontrol the cars remotely. I have implemented GSM positioning in manner to detect the locationof the cars for the situations if the cars have been stolen or moved to other place.
CE 2.2.2 Objectives developed for the projectIn manner to develop an efficient and effective system, I had developed objectives relatedto the development of the system, which can enable high security for the cars. Following are thelist of objectives:To develop a security system for the carsTo enable the users to be notified whenever car shifted from its place.To embed mobile control security system for the carsTo implement an alarm system with two-way communication between the car andusersCE 2.2.3 My area of workI had organized the memory allocation and development tools for decoding the signaltransmission and receiving from the microcontroller. I had implemented PIC16C57 memory intothe data memory and program memory and for the devices having more than 512 bytes ofprogram memory, paging scheme had been used. I had used two STATUS register bits foraccessing the pages of the program memory. I had used the banking scheme for the devicesneeding more than 32 registers of the memory register files. I had used the short message servicein place of the DTMF technique because of its flexibility in nature. I had tried to keep the projectcheap and highly secured in manner to assure the popularity that will be gained among theconsumers.