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SMART ATM SAFTEY SURVALIANCE

A PROJECT REPORT

Submitted by

NAGARAJ S (3471650042)
SELVA KUMAR MS (3471650045)
VIVEK G (347650047)
in partial fulfillment for the award of the degree

of

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING

IN

ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

AARUPADAI VEEDU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

VINAYAKA MISSIONS UNIVERSITY

APRIL 2017
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VINAYAKA MISSIONS UNIVERSITY

BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE

Certified that this project report “SMART ATM SAFTEY SURVALIANCE” is


the bonafide work of “…………..NAME OF THE CANDIDATE(S).…………”
who carried out the project work under my supervision.

SIGNATURE SIGNATURE

Dr A Sivagami P Subramanian

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT SUPERVISOR

ECE Department Associate Professor

AVIT AVIT

PIAYANOOR – 603 104 PIAYANOOR – 603 104

Submitted the Project report for B.E/B.Tech Degree University Project


Viva-Voce Examination held on ______________

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We would like to thank our Honorable Chancellor Dr A S Ganesan for all the
encouragement and support extended to us during the tenure of this project and
also our years of studies in this university.

We are grateful to our beloved Principal Dr. Vemuri Lakshminarayana for giving
us the opportunity to carry out this project.

We express our profound gratitude and our heart filled thanks to Dr A Sivagmai,
Professor and Head of the Department, Electronics and Communication
Engineering, who contributed her valuable time and gave suggestions,
encouragement, support and valuable guidance for the completion of this project.

We thank our Project Coordinator Mr P Subramaniani, Associate Professor for


having instilled in us the confidence to complete our project on time.

We sincerely thank our guide Mr. P. Subramanian, Associate Professor, for his
guidance, assistance and cooperation that facilitated the successful completion of
our project

We would also like to thank all teaching and non-teaching staff of the Electronics
and Communication Engineering Department for their constant support and
encouragement given to us.

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SMART ATM SAFTEY SURVALIANCE

ABSTRACT

This project presents an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) surveillance

system which is a smart system based on embedded technology and incorporates

various sensors to continuously monitor its surroundings for suspicious activities

like physical attack, fraud and theft that might jeopardize the ATM and people

nearby. Also discussed are the security and safety measures that can be

implemented to prevent such raids by proper surveillance. A facial recognition

system is a computer application for automatically identifying or verifying a

person from a digital image or a video frame from a video source. Proposed paper

uses face recognition technique for verification in ATM system. For face

recognition, there are two types of comparisons. The first is verification, this is

where the system compares the given individual with who that individual says they

are and gives a yes or no decision. Face recognition technology analyzes the

unique shape, pattern and positioning of the facial features. Face recognition is

very complex technology and is largely software based. Face recognition starts
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with a picture, attempting to find a person in the image. This can be accomplished

using several methods including movement, skin tones, or blurred human shapes.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER TITLE PAGE

NUMBER NUMBER

ABSTRACT

LIST OF FIGURE

LIST OF ABBREVIATION

1 INTRODUCTION 1

2 LITERATURE SURVEY 2

3 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 5

3.1 EXISTING SYSTEM

3.2 PROPOSED SYSTEM

3.3 BLOCK DIAGRAM

3.4 HARDWARE REQUIRED

3.5 SOFTWARE REQUIRED

4 POWER SUPPLY 8

4.1 POWER SUPPLY

4.2 CIRUIT DIAGRAM

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4.3 TRANSFORMER

4.4 WORKING PRINCIPLE OF TRANSFORM

4.5 FARADAY’S LAW OF ELECTRO MAGNET

4.6 BASIC THEORY OF TRANSFORM

4.7 MAIN PARTS OF TRANSFORMER

4.8 RECTIFIER

4.9 FULL WAVE RECTIFIER THEORY

4.10 WORKING OF FULL WAVE RECTIFIER

4.11 FULL WAVE RECTIFIER CIRUIT

4.12 REGULATOR

4.13 OPERATION

4.14 LIMITATIONS

5 RASHBERRY PI 18

5.1 RASHBERRY PI

5.2 RASHBERRY PI ZERO MODEL

5.3 HARDWARE REQIREMENT

5.4 PROCESSOR

5.5 PERFORMANCE

5.6 OVER CLOCKING


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5.7 RAM

5.8 NETWORKING

5.9 PERIPHERALS

5.10 VIDEO

5.11 REAL TIME CLOCK

5.12 GENERAL PURPOSE INPUT-OUTPUT PORT

5.13 ACCESSORIES

5.14 OPERATING SYSTEM

5.15 DRIVER APIS

6 FORCE SENSITIVE RESISTOR 35

6.1 FORCE SENSITIVE RESISTOR

6.2 USING AN FSR

6.3 MOUNTING

6.4 OUTPUT

7 CAMERA 38

7.1 CAMERA

7.2 FEATRES OF CAMERA

7.3 SPECIFICATION OF CAMERA

7.4 KITS CONTENTS OF CAMERA


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8 RELAY 40

8.1 RELAY

8.2 WORKING PRINCIPLE

9 DC MOTOR 42

9.1 DC MOTOR

10 BUZZER 46

10.1 BUZZER

10.2 APPLICATION OF BUZZER

10.3 CHOOSE THE RIGHT BUZZER

10.4 FEATURES

10.5 DES

11 LCD 49

11.1 LCD DISPLAY

11.2 PIN DESCRIPTION

11.3 ADVANTAGES OF LCD

11.4 DISADVANTAGES OF LCD

12 OPEN CV 53

12.1 OPEN CV

12.2 PROGRAMING LANGUAGE


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12.3 OS SUPPORT

13 RESULT 57

14 CONCLUSION 59

15 REFERENCES 60

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FIGURE LIST OF FIGURE PAGE

NUMBER NUMBER
3.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM OF SMART ATM 18
4.1 CIRCUIT OF STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER 20
4.2 WORKING OF TRANSFORMER 21
4.3 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM OF RECTIFIER 24
4.4 WORKING OF FULL WAVE RECTIFIER 25
4.5 WAVE FORM OF RECTIFIER 26
4.6 VOLTAGE REGULATOR 27
5.1 RASHBERRY PI 30
5.2 HARDWARE OF RASHBERRY PI 32
5.3 RASHBERRY PI USING 32-BIT 33
5.4 RASHBERRY WITH FOUR USB PORT 38
5.5 RASHBERRY WITH HDMI PORT 39
5.6 OPERATING SYSTEM OF RASHBERRY PI 45
5.7 ARCHITECTURE OF RASHBERRY PI 45
7.1 CAMERA 50
8.1 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM OF RELAY 53
9.1 WORKING PRINCIPLE OF DC MOTOR 54
9.2 MODEL OF DC MOTOR 54
9.3 FLEMMING’S RIGHT HAND PRINCIPLE 55
10.1 BUZZER 58
11.1 LCD DISPLAY 62
11.2 PIN DESCRIPTION 63
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TABLE LIST OF TABLES PAGE
NUMBER NUMBER

5.1 GPIO CONNECTOR MODLE 42


11.1 PIN DESCRIPTION FOR LCD 63

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

LCD LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY

PIC PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONTROLLER

ATM AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINE

FSR FORCE SENSITIVE RESISTOR

DES DESCRIPTION

RAM RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY

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