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Title: Advanced home security system : using fingerprint and random passwords
Authors: Abbas, Ali
Advisors: Karam, Walid 
Subjects: Dwellings--Security measures
Electronic security systems--Design and construction
Issue Date: 2017
This project presents the overall design of a Home Automation System (HAS) in addition to an access control system using fingerprint authentication. Presented here is a home automation system using a fingerprint, taken by a fingerprint scanner, which opens a door automatically if it matches the saved fingerprints otherwise the buzzer connected to an audio amplifier will be activated so that the people near the surroundings will get an alert. The other part is the Random Security System "RSS". The issue of security is very essential in any place and this project is home secured system that controls the opening and closure of a door through a password transmitted and received through GSM communication. Different actions are taken according to the number of wrong passwords entered. It is called "Random Security System" because there is no unique password. Each time the user wants to unlock the door, he can get a new different random password. In addition, the user can control light inside his house using buttons or voice records, analyzed by google, through an android application connected by Bluetooth.
Supervised by Dr. Walid Karam.
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Type: Project
Appears in Collections:UOB Theses and Projects

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