• Corpus ID: 29161507

Vehicle Theft Identification RIFD Based Vehicle ID Detection in a Wireless Charging Applications

  title={Vehicle Theft Identification RIFD Based Vehicle ID Detection in a Wireless Charging Applications},
  author={Basit Sayeed Qadri and Faiq Basu and N. Priya},
There is not any suitable payment system for the electric rechargeable automobiles. Additionally there is not any effective system to track the theft vehicles; still police’s job of finding the lost vehicle is very difficult. The electric chargeable vehicle will be monitored by the server if the vehicle will be stolen. The owner will give the request to the server when the stolen vehicle get charged it will send request to the police station and send alert to the vehicle owner. Stolen Request… 


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