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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Design Of Android Based On Children Tracking Location Monitoring System

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AUTHOR(S)

Marti Widya Sari, Desinta Ningrum Belsa Putri, Banu Santoso

 

KEYWORDS

tracking, application, monitoring system, GPS, children

 

ABSTRACT

Every parent has many activities or activities that cannot be avoided. This activity reduces supervision and monitoring of every activity of their children. Parents' concerns in terms of monitoring the presence and monitoring of children's activities become one of the problems that are often faced. Training children to prepare themselves to face this sometimes dangerous world, first develop a sense of security in themselves. It is natural to occasionally remind a child of the possibility of being abducted or cheated by someone who has not been or is already known to him without having to mean overprotecting him. Improved supervision of children is needed without reducing the freedom of children to learn and explore their environment. One alternative that allows tracking the presence, location and accuracy is quite good is to use a Geo Positioning System (GPS). This GPS is packaged in a flexible form so that it can help make it easier for parents to supervise their children in the range of areas that are still accessible to them and find the child's position when separated from their parents. The integrated Google API integrated application is very helpful in tracking because parents are able to estimate the tracker's rough position. The system can send the location information of children who are lost or lost on smartphone applications used by parents. This GPS belt application has been able to provide convenience to parents in tracking or to find out the child's whereabouts.

 

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