Double Authentication Locking System Using NFC Technology and Password
AbstractElectronic Lock System are useful for an organization to use for daily working such as for storage or for entering company to keep the organization are safe from unauthorized person use it for illegal action. With this, an organization can use Double Authentication Locking System Using NFC Technology and Password from being used by unauthorized person without permission. There are several problems an organization to keep the storage are safeness such as unauthorized person easy access the system based on single authentication access and or a person in organization lost the small token or device for accessing the lock system. The aim on this purpose project is to enhance a single authentication access by developing a double authentication access for lock system and an organization have a permission can access it by using the system. Furthermore, this purpose project using Rapid Application Development that been modified. In addition, this purpose project was using Atom software for running the Arduino with the NFC chip and password. When a person tries to get a permission to unlock it, Double Authentication Locking System Using NFC Technology and Password prevent and secure it based on the authentication that apply on the purpose project. In addition, to ensure that only authorized user can unlock and access it.
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