Author : K. Sumadhura 1
Date of Publication :20th March 2019
Abstract: Technology is playing a vital role in enhancing security. Without cameras, detectors and alarms world would be unable to identify threats and respond appropriately. An approach is to be made where an illiterate can also be benefited by the boons of technology with less cost and more user-friendliness. With this prototype, an interface is made where even an un-educated or a person of any age can use the application with ease. The inputs will be images where it is easy for any person to remember in a sequence. This can serve multiple areas like farms, cattle area, industries. The main aim of this paper is to enhance security to the root levels which is more efficient and low cost. Here in this paper, the password need not be a group of characters rather series of images can be used. With the use of graphical LCD and touch screen, this can be used effortlessly. The touch screen provides an easy interaction of the user with the application as it can be easily operated. Fastness has become a key role in every aspect, with the use of GSM module owner can get the information immediately if any broke out has been happened. A message will be sent to the owner when the door has been opened when a wrong password has been entered or when a fire broke out has occurred then the necessary precautions will be taken immediately. To accomplish this task an onboard computer is used which has input and output ports and is termed as the microcontroller. Advanced RISC Machine (ARM) is the heart of the application and controls all the processes.
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