International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Electronics & Communication Engineering | India | Volume 5 Issue 10, October 2016

Smart Bank Locker Security System Using Biometric Fingerprint and GSM Technology

Subhash H. Jadhav | S. S. Agrawal

Abstract: The main goal of this project is to design and implement a highly secured and reliable smart bank locker security system based on RFID, Biometric fingerprint, password and GSM technology. This can be organized in bank, offices ( treasury), schools and homes. In this system only the authentic person can open the lock and collect the important documents, jewellery or money from the lockers. In this security system RFID, biometric fingerprint, password and GSM technology systems are used. In our proposed system first the user will enroll his user name, password and his mobile number, then the person will put finger on finger print module and finger print will be scanned and stored with fingerprint id. In this way user enrolment process will be completed. Then user will perform login operation. During login operation user first swipe RFID tag on the RFID reader if it is ok then finger print of authentic person will be scanned. If the finger is correct of that particular person then it will allow and display finger is matched and if the finger is not matched of that particular person then it will gives the signal to the siren and will play some time and then message goes to the user that the unauthorized entry is there please check. And if the finger print is matched then it will gives the signal to do next step to enter the Password, then the authorized person will enter the password. If the password is incorrect then it will play siren and the system will send the message to the user i. e. the unauthorized person is trying to open the lock so please check it and so on, if all the conditions are matched then the microcontroller processes the data and correspondingly drives the motor to operate the load i. e. lock will be opened. The main advantages of using RFID, biometric fingerprint, password and GSM technology is highly secure and reliable locker system than any other locker systems. This system can also create a log containing check in and check out of each user along with basic information.

Keywords: Fingerprint, RFID, Microcontroller, GSM technology

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 10, October 2016,

Pages: 1920 - 1925

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