Design of an IoT Prototype for the Prevention of Robberies in the Young Areas of Lima

Design of an IoT Prototype for the Prevention of Robberies in the Young Areas of Lima

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Volume-70 Issue-9
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Enrique Lee Huamaní, Ricardo Leon-Ayala, Brian Meneses-Claudio, Alexi Delgado
DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I9P211

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Enrique Lee Huamaní, Ricardo Leon-Ayala, Brian Meneses-Claudio, Alexi Delgado, "Design of an IoT Prototype for the Prevention of Robberies in the Young Areas of Lima," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 9, pp. 111-118, 2022. Crossref,

Latin America is affected by citizen insecurity; street robberies are frequent. In Peru, this scenario is alarming; according to studies and reports presented by the authorities, it is estimated that a monthly average of 1,5348 robberies are reported every month. Lima, being the main capital, is exposed to a greater number of assaults, especially in young areas; because of this, in this research work, an IoT design was presented, which consists of a system of alarms implemented in specific areas where the complaint rate is higher. This alarm will be activated through a mobile application installed on the user’s smartphone, This way; the user can turn on the alarm in case they witnesses or is the victim of a robbery; the application will send an alert message to the nearest authorities to take action on the scare. The Scrum Methodology was used as a methodology because its framework is adapted to the needs of this research.

Prototype, Alarm, Scrum, IoT, Robberies.

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