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DoorID [automatic door access system]

Date created
2021-04
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Abstract
The automatic door access system will consist of three main subsystems: image capturing, image processing, and a door opening/closing system. The DoorIDTM will utilize a camera positioned near the front entrance, which will track and identify individuals approaching the door. Once individuals are identified, their image will be used in our facial recognition system to allow access into the house once matched with an approved user in the database. The user will also have access to our application, where images and videos of themselves can be added into the database and cloud services. We at SCURE Access believe there is a strong need for our product in the market. Not only is there no other product combining both the automation of entering home doors with advanced facial recognition technology, but the focus of aiding those that have physical, developmental, behavioral, or sensory impairments is not often seen in today's market. Our product doesn't discriminate on age, race, gender, or tech-ability as it can be easily and successfully used by varying demographics. Beyond our proof-of-concept and engineering prototypes, we have plans to extend the usability of our product to further increase accessibility for potential users. This includes remote access into homes via our secure application and integration into various door types (sliding doors, swinging doors). Our company is passionate about the DoorIDTM and improving the everyday lives of those living with a disability. Although the simple act of opening a door doesn't distress us personally, we understand and appreciate the struggles of others and hope to help where possible, if even in the smallest way. Our team of diversely skilled engineering students is motivated in applying our software and hardware experience into this project, to provide a comfortable, efficient and eased method of accessibility into the homes of many.
Document
Description
Undergraduate Engineering students are required to complete a group-based, two-course capstone sequence: ENSC 405W and ENSC 440.  Groups form company structures and create an innovative product that potentially acts as a solution to a real-life problem.  This collection archives the following assignments: proposal, design specifications, requirements specifications, and proof of concept.
Identifier
ENSC405402
Scholarly level
Peer reviewed?
No
Language
English

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