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A decentralized strong authentication access system based on rfid, face recognition and raspberry pi
SWI Innocent CHE*, LIENOU TCHAWE Jean-Pierre †
*The University of Dchang, Faculty of Sciences, department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
†The University of Bamenda
Access to most secure areas is controlled with use of mechanical lock and key. The objective of this paper is to design a secure door access system using face recognition, raspberry pi and RFID, with capability of data collection and treatment. In this paper, we present three sub-systems that is a system to read, write and protect data on RFID card using raspberry pi and RC522, (The face recognition module has been successfully tested on students attendance) then a decentralized secure access system using the above components with the single addition of a stepper motor which functions as an actuator, finally a web platform to remotely access user data log. Radiofrequency identification (RFID) is a technology that uses radio waves to transfer data from an electronic tag, called RFID tag or label, attached to an object, through a reader for the purpose of identifying and tracking the object. In our case, it is used to identify a person. When the holder of the tag places the card near the reader, the information is read and cross-referenced in the database for authenticity. If the information is validated, then the door opens and the data timestamped and saved in a local and online server, else the door remains locked. Using RFID tag is more accurate than other biometric means of its high authentication because of its accuracy of detection.
Key words: RFID, Raspberry pi, RC522, stepper motor, biometric data.