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Geo-fencing uses the global positioning system (GPS) or radio frequency identification (RFID) to define geographical boundaries. A geofence can be considered a virtual boundary. A network-based geo-fencing will be used by the system.
The goal of the application is to use the properties of the geofencing system to detect whether the user has entered a particular area by keeping track of his location. Once the user entered the geofenced area he will be provided with news notifications within that area. This helps the user to rectify the hurdles coming into his routine activities. For example, if a user enters a geo-fenced area where there is an accident and traffic jam due to the accident he may opt for the alternate route. This app can be used in places where cameras or microphones are not allowed. In this way, you’ll be able to carry your mobile phones, but the camera and microphone will automatically be disabled whenever you enter that particular area.
The application is used to track a person’s location using their smartphone. The smartphone should have a GPS-enabled device for real-time tracking.
On opening the application, users need to set a geo-fence around them by selecting a point on the map. A User can also update the geo fence around them whenever required.
Smartphones will start monitoring the fence which is set by the user. Whenever the user exists or enters the fence, a notification will be received on the application and the Camera and Microphone will be disabled.
This app can be used in places like museums, where cameras or microphones are not allowed. In this way, you’ll be able to carry your mobile phones, but the camera and microphone will automatically be disabled whenever you enter that particular area.
- The system is easy to maintain.
- It is user-friendly.
- It makes control and movement monitoring possible.
- It assists in location-based control & increases security.
- It can be effective to monitor one’s movement and activities in a given locality.