Radio Frequency Identification and Near Field Communication Door Lock Using Arduino for Bloomridge Integrated School
Keywords:Radio Frequency Identification, Near Field Communication, Arduino Door lock
This study aims to create a radio-frequency identification and near-field communication door lock. This is convenient right now and in the future. Keyless access locks have many benefits over traditional lock and key access in schools. Electronic door locks with RFID capabilities offer convenience and improved security to clients. RFID key cards offer security against unauthorized users because they are significantly more difficult to replicate than keys. RFID technology not only offers an excellent level of protection, but it is also incredibly user-friendly. The researchers designed the Radio Frequency Identification and Near Field Communication Door Lock for Bloomridge Integrated School to have a more secure lock. The researchers utilized the System Development Life Cycle during the research study.
The SDLC waterfall model provides the researchers to clearly define the objectives and problems, enabling the precise and relevant implementation of the plan and providing the best way of observing how the process will grow to be more successful and efficient throughout the process. They develop strategies and plans for the project. The researchers analyze the data collected from the client's problem. The researchers developed an automated method that fixed the problem for the client. The researchers conducted seminars for those who might use the system they had developed. They examine the system for defects, errors, and other problems to ensure it functions properly. They also keep the output well maintained. The proponents have found a solution for the client's problem with the help of radio frequency identification and a near-field communication door lock for their school. They are delighted that the researcher developed a more secure lock for their facility to protect the faculty, employees, and students. Radio-frequency Identification Technology uses electromagnetic fields to communicate between two devices: tags and readers. Radio-frequency identification door locks connect credentials and the reader via radio waves. Access control providers have discovered that RFID technology's wireless capabilities and flexibility are valuable, going beyond the standard lock and key.
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