Swapping And Abduction Detection of Infants
Author(s):
S.Priya, B.Priyanka, R.Sowmya, S.V.Sudarshini
Keywords:
Finger vein, Footprint, Minutiae, Sensors, GPS, ATmega controller, MATLAB.
Abstract
This paper explains the development of a prototype to avoid swapping and abduction of infants. Fingerprint and Footprint verification is an important biometric technique for authentication. Thus, hardware used is ATMEGA controller. The project Implementation of feature extraction of finger vein and footprint in ATMEGA controller has been discussed. The Ardunio Mega 2560 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega2560. It enhances performance, consumes less power, and reduces overall system cost and size. Minutiae extraction for finger vein and PCA features for footprint using MATLAB is employed. To detect abduction zigbee module is used. In case of any emergency buzzer will turn ON and a SMS with GPS location will be sent to the parents as a warning sign as well as to the hospital in charge. This paper also presents a design of a Baby Health Monitoring System. The system architecture consist of sensors for monitoring vital parameters, LCD screen to display infants condition and location and a sound buzzer to alarm in case of any emergency all controlled by a single microcontroller core.
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Unique Paper ID: 145366

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 9

Page(s): 342 - 347
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