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Every day when you wake up and explore the world, you tend to notice that the world around you is changing drastically. Technology is growing faster than the growth of population in world. But not all Technology is utilized for the betterment of the life of people. One of the greatest effects of technology is its utilization in the field of robbery. People have become so greedy that they find new and unique way of robbery.

But not all brains work in worked way. We have utilized our brain for the welfare of mankind by working on device called I-PROTECTOR. It is an embedded device consisting of motion sensors using laser and LDR sensor, camera system, automatic door locking system, automatic SMS and E-MAIL sending.

The protection boundary will surround the room which needs to be protected. First boundaries consist of LASER beam which sense the authentic entry in the system. The second part consists of camera, automatic E-MAIL sending and SMS sending process and automatic door locking system. Email sending process is the main feature of I-protector. When stranger enters in protected area, the laser beam is cut. The processing circuitry used sends the signal to processing unit or CPU. The CPU sends the email automatically with photo camera picture and sends SMS to the number of the owner simultaneously and they are monitoring the entire system for security purpose

This system or device is user friendly. The more knowledge of the procedures is enough for the use of this device so it is much better than other protection system available. Also we design module for the door unlocking system which is more use full for batter protection of the system and our goal is that to design project that use for commercial purpose as well as practical utilization of our knowledge

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