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A Survey Paper on IOT Based GPS Tracking System for Children’s Security

EasyChair Preprint no. 9495

6 pagesDate: December 20, 2022


Child trafficking has become a global problem due to its mysterious and pervasive nature. Malicious activities like this thrive when children are not given the opportunity to respond to or follow up on such incidents. Many of these solutions mandate the use of electronic detector. Electronic detectors often leave users vulnerable as they appear exposed to traffickers. This article proposes a hidden and portable patch based on embedded systems to greatly reduce the likelihood of such incidents. This wearable patch can be attached to clothing and uses the Internet of Things (IoT) to constantly monitor a child's whereabouts and generate voluntary and involuntary responses to alert parents far away in an emergency.can make. I warn you. Parents can also remotely change which areas their child can enter. This paper describes how such patches can be concealed and used on shoes, and the experiments and results that support this.

Keyphrases: children safety, GPS, IoT, Sensors

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  author = {Rajlakshmi Ghatkamble and Rupak Kumar Gupta and K P Shashank and T R Manjunath and B Seema},
  title = {A Survey Paper on IOT Based GPS Tracking System for Children’s Security},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9495},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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