S-MART
Author(s):
B Shashidhar reddy, Yashas Kumar T, Macha Avinash, Aravind Vishwanath Chindi, Dr. Asha K S
Keywords:
RFID, Shopping Cart, LCD Display, ARM7 LPC2148, Zigbee
Abstract
S-MART revolutionizes the checkout experience in shopping marts by seamlessly integrating cutting-edge technologies. This innovative project introduces a smart shopping cart equipped with RFID scanning, LCD item tracking, an ARM7 LPC2148 Processor for data processing, Zigbee for wireless communication, a USB to UART converter for device interfacing, and a toggle switch for RFID scanning mode selection. The primary aim is to create a swift and efficient checkout process, addressing the pain points commonly experienced by shoppers. At the heart of S-MART lies the RFID scanner, which automates item identification. As items are placed in the cart, their unique RFID tags are effortlessly captured, and the LCD display instantly showcases the additions, providing shoppers with real-time feedback. Concurrently, the ARM7 LPC2148 Processor efficiently processes the RFID data, accurately updating the total number of items in the cart. Through the integration of Zigbee technology, the shopping cart establishes wireless communication with the store's central system, enabling dynamic inventory management. This real-time connection empowers the store to stay ahead by proactively monitoring item availability and facilitating prompt restocking. Additionally, the USB to UART converter seamlessly interfaces the shopping cart with external devices such as barcode scanners or printers, elevating the system's versatility. S-MART further enhances user convenience with its intuitive toggle switch. This feature allows shoppers to effortlessly switch between RFID scanning modes, facilitating both item addition and removal. The checkout process is streamlined, eliminating the need for additional steps or devices. Shoppers benefit from a seamless and swift process, reducing waiting times and increasing overall satisfaction. The project's potential extends beyond individual stores, as it lays the foundation for future advancements in the retail industry, transforming the way we shop.
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Unique Paper ID: 160422

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 1349 - 1353
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