ECE IEEE PROJECTS-Authentication and Security Big Data 2017-18

  • Home -
  • FINAL SEM ECE

ECE IEEE PROJECTS LIST OF TITLE Authentication and Security Big Data 2017-2018

Ece2018/REAL-TIME-LOCATING-SYSTEMS-USING-ACTIVE-RFID.aspx

Fingerprint and Iris Biometric Controlled Smart Banking Machine Embedded with GSM Technology for OTP

This project describes a system that replaces the ATM cards and PINs by the physiological biometric fingerprint and iris authentication. Moreover, the feature of one time password (OTP) imparts privacy to the users and emancipates him/her from recalling PINs

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • V
    SEMESTER
Ece2018/ACTIVE-RFID-BASED-INDOOR-POSITIONING.aspx

Swing-Pay: One Card Meets All User Payment and Identity Needs

A novel cashless module, Swing-Pay, has been presented for point-to-point transactions to eliminate all the constraints seen in state-of-the-art payment methods and some recently developed all-in-one payment cards like Plastic.Emerging payment technologies create both opportunities and challengesfor the future. Being a quick and convenient process

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER
Ece2018

Anti-theft Protection of Vehicle by GSM & GPS with Fingerprint Verification

Recently vehicle tracking system is getting vast popularity because of the rising number of the stolen vehicles. Vehicle theft is happening on parking and sometimes driving in unsecured places. This research work explores how to avoid this kind of stealing and provides more security to the vehicles.

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER
Ece2018

An Energy Efficient Big Data Gathering Algorithm for WSN

Recently, incredible growth in communication technology has given rise to the hot topic, Big Data. Distributed wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are the key provider of Big Data and can generate a significant amount of data. Various technical challenges exist in gathering the real time data

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER
Ece2018

Applicability of Big Data Techniques to Smart Cities Deployments

This project presents the main foundations of Big Data applied to Smart Cities. A general Internet of Things based architecture is proposed to be applied to different smart cities applications. We describe two scenarios of big data analysis. One of them illustrates some services implemented in the smart campus of the University of Murcia.

  • 4 Year
    Course
  • Final
    SEMESTER