Design and Development of Smart Doors for Automatic Person Screening

Authors

  • Kanya Kosum Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Isan
  • Jarun Kaewsa Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Isan
  • Apisit Chookaram Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Isan

Keywords:

Automatic Door, Screening, Microcontroller

Abstract

The objective of this research is to design and develop smart doors to automatically screen people. In this study, the organizers designed the system to operate according to three conditions: 1) detecting wearing a mask, 2) measuring body temperature, and 3) spraying alcohol to sanitize the hands. When the consumer passes the 3-step verification, the door will open for
the consumer to pass. This smart door is operated by the corgi dude board and the arduino is equipped with a temperature sensor, a sensor to detect a mask and an alcohol spray. From the test, it was found out that smart doors can automatically screen people in 3 steps according to the conditions that have been set. It took an average of 7.66 seconds per person to complete
the three steps of screening. It can screen up to 470 people per hour when working continuously. The electricity consumption is 7.476 × 10-3 kilowatt-hours or equal to 0.0243 baht per hour.

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Published

2022-04-28

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บทความวิจัย (Research article)