Development and Computerization of an Electronic Identification System (eID) for Edo State Polytechnic, Nigeria
Authors and Affiliations:
Omoruyi, S. O., Asikhia, O. K., Idiata, D. J., Oviawe, C. I.
Edo State Polytechnic Usen Edo State, Nigeria
The computerise electronic identification system is a system design to enable us assign electronic identification code to every staff and student for effective monitoring and management of staff and students by the institutions. This process was achieved by using a passive card (MIFARE, ISO 14443 A) for the identity card and a Total Wireless Reader (TWR PRO) as the RFID reader. The Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 was use to develop the Graphic User Interface environment (GUI). The C# programming language was used to implement the system and the .NET frame work 4.5 is used for the frame work. The Microsoft access database was used because of its portability The database was created by entering the individual data into the system and this information was used to generate electronic Id which was encoded in the chip contained in the passive card by placing the card close to the Rfid device. The accuracy of the system was tested by selecting 36 students with their passive identity cards and ask them to go into the classroom were the Rfid have been set up and the system was able to read the cards and generate report within five minutes.
eID, RFID, Data, Computerization, Auto ID, Frequency, Radio Waves.
Cite This Article:
Omoruyi, S. O., Asikhia, O. K., Idiata, D. J. and Oviawe, C. I., "Development and Computerization of an Electronic Identification System (eID) for Edo State Polytechnic, Nigeria", International Journal of Electrical Electronics & Computer Science Engineering, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp. 07-10.