Development of a Bike Anti-theft Device Based on GSM and GPS Technology

An embedded electronic system with GPS and GSM modules and a unique power supply will be developed for installation on a bike frame which cannot be tampered with. The system will allow the owner to receive notifications of a theft and to track the bike’s movement and location. This information can be passed to the authorities for apprehending the thief. The goal is to manufacture such as device as an OEM and supply it to bicycle manufacturers as an anti-theft device. The market for such devices is wide open for, but not limited to, high-end specialty bikes such as mountain, road, and trail bikes.

Faculty Supervisor:

Dr. M. Moallem


Farzad Hamidi


Goalcam Technologies Ltd.


Engineering - other


Information and communications technologies


Simon Fraser University



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