Embedded System Based Cashless Campus System using Biometric Authentication
Sri Vasavi College, Erode Self-Finance Wing 3rd February 2017 National Conference on Computer and Communication NCCC’17
The project entitled “Embedded System Based Cashless Campus System using Biometric Authentication”. The main objective of this system is to make all the transaction in a campus without liquid cash. Here we are trying to implement a cashless campus using biometric authentication that is finger print matching technology which allows transparent transaction. That means students do not need to keep cash to purchase anything inside the campus, they just need to press the finger against the module. The system will have the required database of the students stored in the memory of Arduino micro-controller. If the user is an authorized person, he can perform the transactions. After the transaction, sufficient amount will be deducted from their account and invoice is received to the user in the form of message through GSM module and thus it is paper less transaction. The whole system will be displayed on a TFT LCD Display.
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