Double tag car parking secure system based on RFID

A recently published paper by Dr Ali Al-Sherbaz 

Double tag car parking secure system based on RFID
Ahmed Al-Baghdadi, Mahmoud Al-Shammari and Ali Al-Sherba

Journal Of Telecommunications

Volume 27, Issue 1, September 2014


Abstract—Radio frequency identification system technology is employed in this proposed security system in order to create high level of accuracy as possible. Whereas the accuracy is considered as a heart of system because any simple error may lead to breach whole security system. Beside the accuracy we should close all the expected Illegals methods which could be exploited for illegal entry. Our solution represented by eight main stages, the first stage consists of embedding the ID into a tag and assigning the same to a car. The second stage is reading the IDs from the RFID tags in the reading range. The third stage is checking from the matched tags. The fourth stage involve take the decision about open the gate. In the fifth stage the camera capture a photo of the car and save it with the date of entry. The sixth stage involves opening gate and change the traffic light to green color. The seventh stage is checking the under gate arm area by using loop detector sensor. In the final stage change the traffic light to red and close the gate. 

Full Text: http://www.scribd.com/doc/241492521/Double-tag-car-parking-secure-system-based-on-RFID


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