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NANYONGA BERINDA; AYESIGA LINDSEY PATRA; BYEKWASO FAISAL; NATULINDA LADAN (2017)
Languages: Old English
Types: Report
Subjects: Enhancing security, Matching Security System

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ACM Ref: ComputerSystemsOrganization_MISCELLANEOUS
Over time, car thefts have been reported within Kampala parking areas. This has been majorly due to inefficient security measures of the available parking systems which focus mainly on the car and not the driver, making parking management a challenge. The focus of this survey was to explore the requirements of a new system called Car to Driver Matching Security System to enhance security of cars in Kampala, in particular, from the experience of 15 people. The data collected was then analyzed and results are given in the paper. Key findings revealed that matching a car to its driver is the best way of enhancing car security. The most common security measure currently is employing security personnel to maintain security in parking areas.The main question for this study was: What is the best way of enhancing car security in parking areas in Kampala? The main conclusion is that the Car to Driver Matching Security System will improve security of cars in parking areas in an automatic way.
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