Title

Remote Lock System

Lead Author Major

Electrical & Computer Engineering and Engineering Physics

Format

SOECS Senior Project Demonstration

Faculty Mentor Name

Rahim Khoie

Faculty Mentor Department

Electrical & Computer Engineering and Engineering Physics

Abstract/Artist Statement

The purpose of this project is to design a remote controlled lock system for use with the lockers in the Senior Project Lab. This paper describes the specifications and features required of the locking system and describes the design of a solution. The design includes a microcontroller connected to a card reader that will allow students to use their Pacific ID cards to open lockers, and a second, wirelessly connected microcontroller to mechanically open and close the locker. The system will also communicate with a computer that will provide a GUI for viewing access data and controlling access to individual lockers. In addition, the design includes an Android application that will allow users to unlock their lockers from their Android devices using a username and password. The paper will go into the specific parts that are being used for the final design conceptualization. A complete testing process is used for verifying that the design functions according to the required specifications for the system. A time table is included to breakdown the specific task that will be needed in order to meet the final deadline.

Location

School of Engineering & Computer Science

Start Date

3-5-2014 2:00 PM

End Date

3-5-2014 3:30 PM

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Remote Lock System

School of Engineering & Computer Science

The purpose of this project is to design a remote controlled lock system for use with the lockers in the Senior Project Lab. This paper describes the specifications and features required of the locking system and describes the design of a solution. The design includes a microcontroller connected to a card reader that will allow students to use their Pacific ID cards to open lockers, and a second, wirelessly connected microcontroller to mechanically open and close the locker. The system will also communicate with a computer that will provide a GUI for viewing access data and controlling access to individual lockers. In addition, the design includes an Android application that will allow users to unlock their lockers from their Android devices using a username and password. The paper will go into the specific parts that are being used for the final design conceptualization. A complete testing process is used for verifying that the design functions according to the required specifications for the system. A time table is included to breakdown the specific task that will be needed in order to meet the final deadline.