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. 2015; 3(1): 42-49


MULTI LEVEL ELECTRONIC BANK LOCKER SECURITY SYSTEM

Vigneshwaran.S, Sajith.K, Vasanthakumar.M and Rajkumar.R. UG student, RVS College Of Engineering and Technology Assistant Professor,RVS College Of Engineering and Technology.




Abstract

In this developing world, safety and security is given the prime importance. In the day-to-day life there come various situations in which security is being challenged. Lots of money is being sent and extensive researches are going on for developing reliable security access control systems. The need for developing an error free and cheap security system is greatly demanding. It will be a boon in many sectors like banking, defense and finance. We here try to give a report on a security system. The following abstract gives an idea about a reliable security system with the help of which, the above-discussed problem can be overcome to a little extent. Absence of reliable security systems can lead to great chaos or a catastrophe. In keypad system a password or a Personal Identification Number (PIN) is set in the microcontroller. The password may have numbers or characters. By typing that particular password one can get access to system. This project “MULTI LEVEL ELECTRONIC BANK LOCKER SECURITY SYSTEM” is a reasonable solution in terms of security and access control. This system has a software running in PC from which manager can enable the bank lockers. After enabling, the individual lockers can be accessed by the users . In this system any number of users can login or logout simultaneously by getting access from the manager. Thus the system seemed to be more secured & advanced than any other current technologies. It can be also used in any fields where high SECURITY CONTROLS are required.

Key words: PIN,SECURITY CONTROLS






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