Abstract: One of the most pressing issues of everyday life is security. A novel human–machine interface is being implemented into a protection framework in this project. To open a door without using keys, the machine uses the motion of knocking as the input interface. The unlock areas on the door must first be placed. When a person taps on the threshold, sound sensors in the door provide input to the device. Following that, a pattern-recognition algorithm determines the user's knocking pattern, including the knocking areas and series. The precision of determining the right knocking areas is between 85 and 90 percent, according to simulation data. Corporate facilities, ATMs, and home surveillance are the perfect applications for this device. A Piezo sensor and an ARDUINO are used in a Knock Based Security Scheme (KBSS). The machine is managed by the ARDUINO Leonardo. Due to synchronization, a continuous picture is transmitted to the mail.

Keywords: ARDUINO, Algorithm, Door Lock and GSM

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2021.10919

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