Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Automatic Door Opening with Face Recognition and Temperature Detecting Device
Dr. Shabina JameerModi, Tarannum. R. Shaikh, Sunita V. Mane
Abstract
In this pandemic period, social distancing is essential to avoid the spreading of the Covid-19 disease. Also, vaccination is one of the critical aspects. According to that, there is aninnovate idea of a project which fulfills all the above aspects such as Social Distancing, Physical touch, Vaccination details, and also Temperature detection. During this Covid-19, people were suffered a lot, so on a social and noble cause, it's our responsibility to think and develop products that will help us to prevent this disease as much as possible, which is going to be our primary goal and also by using advanced technologies like face recognition and temperature measuring device, so there is need to make our model much more efficient and trustworthy. In today's era, security has played a pivotal role in many of our places, like offices, institutions, libraries, laboratories, etc., to keep our data confidential so that no other unauthorized person could access them. This project presents a face-recognition-based door opening system that provides security and can be used for many banks, institutes, organizations, etc. For verifying the authentification, there are various methods like passwords and RFID, but this method is the most efficient and reliable. Temperature is sensed by the sensor and is validated for security purposes. If the temperature matches, then a camera is open, and after face-Recognition, the door will be get opened automatically.
Keywords
Face Recognition; Temperature sensor; Cloud; Raspberry pi4; Web-App;
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