Author : Swapnil Khopade 1
Date of Publication :26th April 2018
Abstract: To check non-licences for driving and consequently happening the accidents one of the new system is introduced. Biometric verification is one of the most well-liked and personal biometric verification system. This system consists of a some amount of memory capability to store the thumb print of particular person. Although providing the licence, the particular candidates thumb print reader is to be stored in the memory of reader. Vehicles like cars, bikes etc. must have a reader capable of reading the particular licence. The similar vehicle should have the capacity of thumb print reader component. A man, who is going to drive the vehicle, should keep the thumb on the reader and inserted card (licence) in the vehicle, if the thumb print stored in the module and swiped card are match, if and only if he/she can drive the vehicle, otherwise petrol supply will not work. So that system increase the safe keeping of vehicles and also ensures protected driving by prevent accident because of authorized persons
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