3 Tier Bank Vault Security Rahul Bhatt Hiren Kanzariya Computer Engineering Universal College of Engineering Vasai, Thane 401 212 [email protected] Computer Engineering Universal College of Engineering Vasai, Thane 401 212 [email protected] Kewal Thakkar Asst. Prof. Sridhar Iyer Computer Engineering Universal College of Engineering Vasai, Thane 401 212 [email protected] Computer Engineering Universal College of Engineering Vasai, Thane 401 212 [email protected] Abstract-People always look for safe places to keep their valuable items and cash. Most of the people find banks as the most trusted place to store their valuables. The valuable assets stored in bank vaults often attract interests of burglars; due to this reason the bank security has been a very important factor to assure customers that their assets are safe. Biometrics validation, keypad locks, Burglar alarms, and armed security have been traditionally used by banks all over the world. This proposal aims at automating the bank security as well as automatically traps the burglar if he tries to breach security. We will be using two doors in our project instead of traditional approach of using single door for bank vault, the first door will have biometrics or keypad based entry, when the first door is opened a software system will get triggered, as soon as the person enters the first door, he will face the second door, the second door will have camera with image processing capability. This camera will detect a person’s face, and if that person is an authorized person he will get an OTP on his phone which will serve as the password for second door. If the person is an unauthorized person and if he breaches security at first door, he will be unaware of the OTP and image processing, so if he tries to enter password in second door, the first door will get closed automatically, and the person will get trapped. Thus this proposed system will help to safeguard bank vault in a better way. Keywords- bank Vaults, OTP, RFID, GSM, IP cameras, Arduino UNO microcontroller, Arduino camera module OV7670, Fingerprint Module, DC Motor, Image processing, buzzer. I. INTRODUCTION People always care for their belongings from the start of time. As the world progressed the concept of bank came into picture. People always consider Banks as the safest place to store their valuables. More and more people use banks to store their valuables in bank nowadays, this has led to increased flow of cash in banks. The valuables and cash deposited by bank as well as the cash earned by the bank are all stored in a safe place in bank called as bank vault. The increasing flow of cash has increased the interests of burglars in bank. Nowadays with increasing Technology at a very fast pace even burglars use advanced technologies to attack and rob bank vaults. So bank Vaults are more susceptible to such attacks. As robbers used advanced technologies to Rob bank it is the need of the day to tackle them using smart technologies. This proposal aims at efficiently tackling burglars using advanced technology. This system uses two doors instead of one door for bank vaults which has been used traditionally. The first door will have biometric based entry. And the second door will have a camera with image processing ability and a keypad lock with OTP module. Thus this proposed system will efficiently counter the burglars by using the advanced technology. II. EXISTING SYSTEM Existing bank vault security system is implemented using various types of technology. Current bank vault security systems provide access to authorized people based on passwords using keypads. Another type of security System based on RFID and GSM technology. But, the RFID card can be stolen /duplicated/misplaced easily and more time consuming when sending messages through the GSM. Along with these bank vaults have also been using Thermal powered alarms and motion detection and sensing for securing Bank Vaults. IP cameras have also been used for surveillance on bank vaults. GSM based security and authentication have also been widely used these days to inform the authorized user about the activities in vault. Laser based detection and tear gas have also been used in some of the places in order to tackle burglars away from bank vaults. III. LITERATURE SURVEY There have been a lot of research work done in the bank vault security domain. Some of the research works in papers are mentioned below. In , Sayemul Islam and Md. Saiduzzaman have proposed a system named Design of a Bank Vault Security System with Password, Thermal & Physical Interrupt Alarm. This system will give protection against burglars using Thermal detection technique and physical interrupt Alarm. As soon as a Thief tries to break in system he an alarm will go on and law enforcement policies will be informed about it. In , GSM Based Bank Vault Security System, Authors Ripan Kumar Ray, Muhammad Afsar Uddin, Syed Foysol Islam. This is a system designed to protect bank vault from unauthorized access. This system has incorporated IP cameras, motion sensors and GSM module. If motion detectors detect anything suspicious in vault it alerts the user by sending message to a dedicated number via GSM module. In , OTP (One Time Password) Based Locker System, By Meha Brahmbhatt and Vishva Pandya The project aims to change the existing system and automate the locker system using Unique ID/Password for customer identification. Every customer will be given a unique Id which he has to enter on the main entrance of the locker room, once they enter unique id, they will be given an OTP which has to be entered on the locker. In , Bank Locker Security System based on RFID and GSM Technology, Authors R.Ramani, S.Valarmathy, S. Selvaraju, P.Niranjan.In this system an RFID reader is used to read the RFID tag. Once the tag is read it displays username on screen and then user needs to enter the password. This password is compared by microcontroller and if it is valid then an OTP is sent on that users mobile, the user then needs to enter this password again to enter the vault. In , Self-Powered and Reusable Biocomputing Security Keypad Lock System Based on Biofuel Cells by Ming Zhou, Xiliang Zheng, Jin Wang Prof., Shaojun Dong Prof. This project has the idea of making a self powering keypad by binding chemistry. It uses enzymes, AER to self power the keypad. In , RFID based security and access control system using arduino with gsm module by Grewal Kaushal, Rishabh Mishra, Neelam Chaurasiya, Paramdeep Singh, in this project When RFID tag placed on the RFID. In this project when an RFID tag is placed on a reader the reader reds its code, and compares it with the predetermined stored code according to pattern if the code matches then the user is granted access, if not then the alarm is triggered. In , RFID based School Bus tracking and security system by Shraddha Shah and Bharti Singh , This paper provides an Rfid based solution for security of students travelling from school bus. Each student will have an rfid tag in identity card as soon as the student boards the bus this card will be scanned and parents will be informed about boarding time, time when the child reached school etc. In this way this project ensures safety of the students travelling from school bus. In , RFID based Kindergarten Intelligence security system by Zhiyuan Fang, Li Wei, Li Wei. This paper aims at achieving security in school environment by using rfid tags on school uniforms. This project helps teacher to monitor the movements and whereabouts of kids in school. This project can also be used in Kindergarten for security as well as analysis purposes. In , Using Digital Image Processing to Make an Intelligent Gate by Sundus K. E. and AL Mamare S. H. This paper used Image processing and face detection to control the gates of Building and organizations. The camera processes the face of a person who wants to enter and checks it if the person is an authorized person then the gate is opened automatically. IV. PROPOSED SYSTEM The proposed system “3 tier bank vault security” is a system which is aimed to safeguard the bank vault from burglars. Along with safeguarding the bank vault it also aims at trapping the burglar inside the vault if he enters the vault. So This proposed system uses two doors instead of one door which is traditionally being used by vault security. The first door will have a biometric based entry if a person is authorized at first door then he will get access to the second door. All the components will be interfaced to Arduino UNO microcontroller. The second door will have Arduino camera moduleOV7670 which has Image processing capability, it will detect the face of the person, if the face is authorized then it will send an OTP to that person’s cell phone which will serve as password for second door. If the face is unauthorized and he tries to enter pin on keypad of second door, then first door will automatically get closed and the person will get trapped inside. Thus the proposed system will not only prevent burglars from accessing vault but also trap them if they breach the security at first door. V. SYSTEM COMPONENTS In this section components describe briefly. A. Arduino UNO The Arduino UNO is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz quartz crystal. Its input voltage is 6-20V, flash memory 32 KB. This module is very important module it connects to the keypad and the stepper motor of the two doors. B. Arduino Camera Module Arduino Camera Module (OV7670) image sensor, small volume, low operating voltage, providing all functions of a single chip of VGA camera and image processor. Through SCCB bus control, the sensor can output the whole frame, sampling, and various resolution 8 bits of data. The product VGA image can reach up to a maximum of 30 frames per second. Users can completely control the image quality, data format and transmission mode. All the process of image processing functions can be through the SCCB programming interface. We will be using this module to detect face and send OTPs. C. Fingerprint Module Fingerprints are one of several forms of biometrics, used to recognize persons and verify their identity. The analysis of fingerprints for identical purposes generally requires the similarity of several features of the print pattern. This is a fingerprint sensor module with TTL UART interface. The user can store the finger print data in the module and can configure it in 1:1 or 1: N mode for identifying the someone. We will e using fingerprint sensors to validate user at the first door Fig 1. First Phase The person willing to enter the vault has to first scan his fingerprint. If the fingerprint matches he/she gets access to second door. If the fingerprint not matches, then buzzer will ring. At the second door face detection technique is used as a security feature. Face recognition module detects the user face and if he/she is authorized person the system will send OTP to the user’s phone. D. Keypad A keypad is a miniature keyboard or set of buttons for operating a portable electronic device. Keypad will be used to open the second door using the OTP which user receives. E. LCD Display LCD display, display 16X2 characters. LCD is used to display numbers which is enter by person. F. DC Motor This direct current motors series, whose power range goes from 45Watt to 1500 Watt. Using L293D and L298 are dual Hbridge motor driver ICs. We can control the rotation of two motors in both clockwise and anticlockwise direction. DC motors are used to physically drive the application as per the requirement of system. The dc motor works on 12V.We will be using these motors to open and close the doors. VI. SYSTEM OPERATION Fig. 1. and Fig. 2. Shows the flow chart of the security system operation. The two independent authentication methods would be implemented which are fingerprint biometric and keypad lock. Figure 2. Second Phase The authorized user then enters the OTP and the system grants the access to use the vault. If the unauthorized person somehow manages to crack the first stage that is fingerprint scanner he/she gets access for second door. Here, the unauthorized person is not aware of the OTP system so he/she enters a pin on the keypad which he misunderstands as the normal ATM keypad pin system.If the password entered is wrong then a buzzer will ring and 1st door will be locked and the unauthorized person is hereby prevented to access the vault. VII. FUTURE SCOPE The 3 tier Bank security system along with some modifications can also be used to provide security for home atomicity. The existing system can also be updated in such a way that whenever the alarm buzzes while the unauthorized person attempts to access the vault, the nearby police station is called automatically. In existing system, we have used the face recognition only on 2nd door instead in future with updation, we can use it for individual locker as well. Instead of Image processing on 2nd door it can be replaced with voice recognition to grant the access this will reduce the storage as it will eliminate storing algorithms use to recognize face. The same concept can be implemented for Military base where strict security is a key. VIII. CONCLUSION The 3-Tier Bank Security System is secure, automated, remote monitoring for Bank Vault. The approached system has attained the target to secure Vault room using mixer of both Biometric sensor and Image Processing. Hence it can be concluded that the proposed system has achieved required goals and objectives. In a near future, the number of security levels can be increased by using different sensors and other security equipment. This proposed system can be used in higher restricted areas example: In Military areas for provided strict security. REFERENCES  Sayemul Islam and Md. Saiduzzaman, “Design of a Bank Vault Security System with Password, Thermal & Physical Interrupt Alarm,” International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 4, Issue 8, August 2013 ISSN 2229-5518 International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 57– No.18, November 2012.  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