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Harsh Andharia-120110111016 Varun Jauhari-120110111018 Vrunda Daiya-120110111034 Jessica Desai-120110111056 SMART VAULT: An Automatic Strong Security System For 24X7 Access Of Lockers Faculty Guide: Prof. Shankar K. Parmar

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION:

INTRODUCTION MOTIVATION OVERVIEW PROGRESS REPORT DESIGN

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New Delhi: ICICI Bank, launched the ‘Smart Vault’, a fully automated locker available 24x7, including weekends and post banking hours. The ‘Smart Vault’ uses robotic technology to access the lockers from the safe vault and enables customers to conveniently access their lockers at any time of their preference, in the comfort of a secure lounge where the locker automatically comes up to the customer. Customers can access the lockers in total privacy without any intervention of the branch staff. Located at New Delhi, the ‘Smart Vault’ is equipped with multi-layered security systems including biometric authentication, debit card & PIN authentication, unique dimple keys that are difficult to replicate, unbreakable lock system and the option of using additional personal lock as well . We named our project after our source of Motivation . MOTIVATION

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In this era, with the increase of wealth and valuable assets develops a need to protect it from being stolen or misplaced. To protect and place our belongings in a safe place is always what we desire. Through the years this has led to the development of vaults that are locked by locks that the greatest mind are not able to decode. But still there is a constant fear of our valuables being stolen. The primary objective of our entire project is to develop a security system which the users can access at any time of the day or night. The security of the system is enhanced by using three tiers of security which includes the biometrics system which takes in the fingerprint of the user, the unique plastic card which each user of the security system possesses and a 4 digit password which may be uniquely set by the user on creating his/her account. Further, the system is made available 24x7 by totally automated security system which involves no human intervention . OVERVIEW

PROGRESS CHART:

PROGRESS CHART PROGRESS CHART

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In need for strengthening the security system and in order to eliminate the disadvantages of the traditional vault system, we had to totally come up with an all-new design which incorporates three levels of the security system and a carousel which exposes only one vault at a time. We designed our model in such a way that security is always considered our first priority. So to enhance the security system we incorporated three tiers of security level namely: Fingerprint Module RFID Card Reader Module 4 digit password DESIGN

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When all the three levels of security are checked the vaults have to be placed at a fixed locations from where the users can assess their valuables. Various designs were considered to make this happen. Robotic Arm Conveyor Belt Circular rotating carousel Fixed time intervals Fixed angles IR Sensors DESIGN

AT A GLANCE…:

AT A GLANCE…

BLOCK DIAGRAM…:

BLOCK DIAGRAM…

FLOW CHART & ALGORITHM…:

FLOW CHART & ALGORITHM…

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM & ITS DESCRIPTION

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION:

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION

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Ceramic capacitors C1 & C2 (both of 33pF) and crystal X1(12 MHz) is related to the clock circuitry which produces the system clock frequency

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The keys are connected in simple parallel manner. In order to save a few pins the keypad can also be connected in a matrix form of 5x2 or so. 10 Push button switches for 4 digit password (0-9) are connected to the D0, C0, C1,C2,C3,C4,D2,C5,C4,D3 & D1 bits of the microcontroller, configured as input pins. Each of these is connected to a pull up resistor such that this pin is at Vcc potential when the switch is not pressed. When the switch is pressed the pin it is connected to will be grounded. The resistor is connected in series with it to limit the current .

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The interface between this LCD and Microcontroller can be 8 bit or 4 bit. Since the 2X16 character LCD is connected in a 4 bit mode to the microcontroller, it makes use of only the lower 4 data lines i.e. D4, D5, D6 & D7 which are connected to B5, B4. B3 & B2 respectively. The RS (Register Select) & EN (Enable) bit of the LCD is connected to the B7 & B6 of the processor respectively. R/W pin is meant for selecting between read and write modes .

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The fingerprint sensor is combination of R305 FP+PIC MCU board that can read different fingerprints and store in its own flash memory. The sensor can perform three functions namely Add ( Enroll ), Empty Database or Search Database and return the ID of stored fingerprint. Any of three functions can be called simply by making the pin low of the sensor or pressing on-board three switches. The response is either ERROR or OK which is indicated by on-board LED. The response is also returned as single serial data byte. The return byte is a valid ID or error code. The response byte is a single byte at 9600 bps thus making whole sensor very easy to use. There are 6 pins on the R305 Fingerprint Module namely GND, +5V, TX out, search, empty and add connected to the pins GND,+5V, one of the inputs to one of the OR gate, D4, D5 & D6 of the microcontroller respectively.

Types of functions performed by R305 module:

Types of functions performed by R305 module

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IR Sensor

HARDWARE & ITS DESCRIPTION:

HARDWARE & ITS DESCRIPTION MICROCONTROLLER- PIC 16F877A R305 FINGERPRINT MODULE EM 18 RFID CARD READER MODULE GEAR MOTOR

MICROCONTROLLER- PIC 16F877A:

MICROCONTROLLER- PIC 16F877A

Features of PIC16F877::

Features of PIC16F877:

R305 FINGERPRINT MODULE:

R305 FINGERPRINT MODULE

Features of R305 Fingerprint Module::

Features of R305 Fingerprint Module:

EM 18 RFID CARD READER MODULE:

EM 18 RFID CARD READER MODULE

TYPES OF RFID:

TYPES OF RFID Many types of RFID exist, but at the highest level, we can divide RFID devices into two classes: active and passive. Active tags require a power source they’re either connected to a powered infrastructure or use energy stored in an integrated battery. In the latter case, a tag’s lifetime is limited by the stored energy, balanced against the number of read operations the device must undergo. One example of an active tag is the transponder attached to an aircraft that identifies its national origin.However , batteries make the cost, size, and life-time of active tags impractical for the retail trade. Passive RFID is of interest because the tags don’t require batteries or maintenance. The tags also have an indefinite operational life and are small enough to fit into a practical adhesive label. A passive tag consists of three parts: an antenna, a semiconductor chip attached to the antenna, and some form of encapsulation. The tag reader is responsible for powering and communicating with a tag. The tag antenna captures energy and transfers the tag’s ID (the tag’s chip coordinates this process). The encapsulation maintains the tag’s integrity and protects the antenna and chip from environmental conditions or reagents. The encapsulation could be a small glass vial or a laminar plastic substrate with adhesive on one side to enable easy attachment to goods.

GEAR MOTOR:

GEAR MOTOR

DESIGNING PCB USING PROTEUS:

DESIGNING PCB USING PROTEUS

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STEPS…

PCB LAYOUT…:

PCB LAYOUT…

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

ACCOMPLISHMENTS FUTURE SCOPE LEARNING OUTCOMES CONCLUSION

FUTURE SCOPE :

FUTURE SCOPE

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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CONCLUSION

REFERENCES…:

REFERENCES… http:// www.nxp.com/documents/data_sheet/MFRC522 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ https://patents.google.com/ http://www.ijcse.com/docs/INDJCSE12-03-06-058 http://onin.com/fp/Recently_Published_FP_Research_presentation_IAI_Aug_2014 http://ai.pku.edu.cn/aiwebsite/research.files/ http://www.ijarcsse.com/ http://www.cvauni.edu.vn/ https ://electrosome.com/matrix-keypad-pic-microcontroller/ https://electrosome.com/interfacing-lcd-with-pic-microcontroller-hi-tech-c/ PIC 16f877a Datasheet EM18 Datasheet R305 Datasheet International Journal for Advanced Science and Technology

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