International Journal of Research Studies in Management
Divine Word College of San Jose Special Issue
2023 Volume 11 Issue 3
Available Online: 9 June 2023
Villanueva, Michelle Joy S.*
Divine Word College of San Jose, Philippines (email@example.com)
Bacorro, Dominica M.
Guilas, Yasmin Faith H.
Khoe, Julienne Jaya D.
Madarcos, Marielle A.
Pastrana, Zen Kreyieline G.
Bautista, Josephine N.
Limos-Galay, Jenny A.
This applied experimental research aimed to enhance a theft alarm system that will be installed in the doors, cabinets, and lockers of homes and buildings to promote security and nurture a safer and thief-free community by combining PIR motion and Tilt Ball Switch sensors into a single device. Descriptive statistical methods were used to evaluate the level of effectiveness of the alarm system in terms of distance from the source and type of place, as well as the level of efficiency of the product utilizing the GSM module and sim card. The researchers also used the linear regression model to characterize the relationship between the speed of other living organisms entering the vicinity of the PIR motion sensor and the theft alarm system detection time. The study’s findings revealed that the level of effectiveness of the theft alarm system depends on how close an individual is to the source, the theft alarm system has a very high level of effectiveness in terms of any type of place, there is a high level of production efficiency using the GSM module and sim card in the theft alarm system, there is a significant difference in the level of effectiveness of the theft alarm system in detecting the motion of individuals in terms of the distance from the source, and the detection capability of the PIR motion sensor is affected by the speed of organisms within its vicinity. The researchers recommend considering using other types of sensors or technologies that may be better suited to detecting organisms moving at high speeds.
Keywords: applied experimental research, PIR motion, GSM module, theft-alarm, effective
Cite this article:
Villanueva, M. J. S., Bacorro, D. M., Guilas, Y. F. H., Khoe, J. J. D., Madarcos, M. A., Pastrana, Z. K. G., Bautista, J. N., & Limos-Galay, J. A. (2023). Theft alarm system using Arduino Uno’s PIR motion and tilt ball switch sensors. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 11(3), 11-20. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsm.2023.1023
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