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Face Recognition System Based Car Security System

Country India
Abstract Modern car security systems have been developed as a result of the growing demand in the automotive sector for increased convenience and security. In order to provide safe access management and authentication for cars, this paper suggests a face recognition system-based auto security system that makes use of facial recognition techniques. When a match is detected, the system uses computer vision algorithms to identify and detect the faces of approved drivers, enabling the car to be unlocked and started without any issues. In order to convert near infrared face images into their corresponding visible images, we develop a nir-vis image translation model. Using two distinct nir databases of face images, the pre-trained face embedding model is applied to present the evaluation performances. The proposed system offers improved security by eliminating the need for traditional key-based systems and providing a robust biometric-based authentication mechanism. Anti-spoofing procedures are also integrated to guarantee the system's dependability and defense against fraudulent attempts. One of the disadvantages of the current systems is that not everyone finds it comfortable to have to memorize their password for certain systems. An RFID card is another device that has been developed to verify the identification of the user. Hackers have the ability to modify RFID data and substitute it with their own. Certain systems utilize fingerprints to verify an individual's identity. The primary reasons for the low adoption of biometric fingerprint locks are their expensive cost and the potential for falsified or damaged fingerprints. Certain systems identify an obstruction ahead of the car, sound an alert, tell the driver to pull over, but do nothing to actually avoid the obstruction. Through tests and assessments, the usefulness and practicability of the suggested system are shown, highlighting its potential as a workable option for safe and practical access management in automotive settings
Keywords Face recognition ,Auto security system, NIR-VIS image translation, Biometric authentication, Anti-spoofing procedures, Automotive access management
Field Engineering
Published In Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023
Published On 2023-11-16
Cite This Face Recognition System Based Car Security System - Y PRITHVI MURTHY, CH YASHWANTH GOUD, N HARSHA VARDHAN, TIPPARTI ANIL KUMAR - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8966
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