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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Firstly we are extremely grateful to the almighty for giving us this beautiful and worthy life.

We are extremely thankful to our teachers at Universal College of Engineering and

Gujarat Technological University for teaching us the significance of self-learning

and the essence of keeping up with rising technology. We would like to express our

genuine thanks to Prof. Vishal Kakadiya (Electronics and Communication

department) for his support and guidance. It has been an respect and memorable

experience to work with him.

We would also like to thank Prof. Hima Vora (Electronics and Communication

department) for her suggestions, reviews, as an internal guide. We would also like

to thank Prof. Mitul Prajapati (Electronics and Communication department) for

his constant encouragement and appreciation of our efforts.

We would also like to thank all our department faculty members who took out time

to go through the project details and related stuffs and given us their valuable

feedback.

Finally we acknowledge our family members for their immense love, understanding

and support during the preparation of this project.

TEAM MEMBERS: SIGNATURE:

PATHAN KAMIL V. (120460111001)

ZALAK Y. BHALANI Y. (120460111006)

MAYUR TANDEL B. (100460111088)

ABSTRACT

The utility model discloses to the field of elevator technology, more particularly to security, fire safety, water level detection and prevention of overload situation in an elevator. A confidential government institute carrying secret operations requires high tech security so that the details of the operations do not get leaked. In such cases security is of prime importance. Also hospitals, malls, residential and commercial buildings frequently suffer from massive fire broke situations in which many people dies. Many a times during monsoon season some amount of water gets accumulated at the ground floor which restricts the normal operation of elevator also during this situation the elevator suffers from corrosion, non-operating condition. Overload is another major problem related to elevators. Thus there is a need to add some useful features to the current system of elevators. We therefore intend to aid in security, fire safety with some useful features for elevators. Security will be provided by bringing in Finger print identification module that will only allow the authorized users to access the elevator, to access the elevator the user first has to enrol his fingers that will be stored in the memory if fingerprint identification module and then at the time of usage there is only a need to provide the finger once. To have fire safety photodiode will be used that will detect the fire in the range of 10cm, an assembly of wires connected to controller through invertor IC will be used that provides the knowledge of water accumulation at ground floor. IR sensor will be used as entry-exit sensors as a person counter. The project involves the use of pic-controller, dc motor, gsm, sensor and c-programming language. From this project we hope to provide features such as safety and security to the users.

LIST OF TABLES

Table No. Table Description Page No.

Table 1.1 Specifications of Fingerprint 7

identification module

Table 1.2 Pin description of 16*2 LCD 9

List of Figures

Figure No. Figure Description Page No.

Figure 1        Block Diagram 2

Figure 2 Flow of Processes 3

Figure 3 Peripheral Interface Controller 4

Figure 4 PIC 16F877A Pin diagram 5

Figure 5 Fingerprint Identification Module 6

Figure 6 16*2 Alphanumeric LCD 9

Figure 7 IR Sensor 10

Figure 8 Internal Circuit Diagram 11

Figure 9 Working of IR Sensor 12

Figure 10 Water Indication 12

Figure 11 DC Motor 13

Figure 12 Working of DC Motor 14

Figure 13 Working of Entry-Exit sensors 15

Figure 14 Business Model canvas 16

Figure 15 Proteus 20

Figure 16 Shows 5V power supply in Proteus 21

Figure 17 Interfacing of 16*2 LCD with PIC in Proteus 21

Figure 18 Keil Compiler 22

Figure 19 MPLAB IDE 23

Figure 20        Start MPLAB 23

Figure 21        Creating Project File 24

Figure 22        Select Tool Suite 25

Figure 23        Naming Project 26

Figure 24        Adding Files to Project 27

Figure 25        Summary 28

Figure 26        Project Window 28

Figure 27        Project Build 29

Figure 28        Output 30

Figure 29        Basic LED interfacing with PIC in Proteus 30

Figure 30        LCD interfacing with PIC in Proteus 31

Figure 31        Working of  Model 31

Figure 32        Interfacing of Components 32

 

LIST OF CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEGMENTS I

ABSTRACT II

LIST OF TABLES III

LIST OF FIGURES IV

LIST OF CONTENTS          VI

CHAPTER 1      INTRODUCTION 1

1.1  PROJECT SUMMARY 1

1.2  MOTIVATION AND INSPIRATION 1

1.3  PROJECT PURPOSE 2

1.4  BLOCK DIAGRAM 2

1.5  FLOW OF PROCESSES 3

1.6  OVERVIEW OF PIC 16F877A AND FEATURES 3

1.7  PIN DIAGRAM 4

1.8  LIST OF COMPONENTS 6

1.9  FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION MODULE 6

1.9.1  OPERATING PRINCIPLE 7

1.9.2  SPECIFICATIONS 7

1.9.3  WORKING 7

1.10  LCD 8

1.10.1 INTRODUCTION 9

1.10.2 SPECIFICATIONS 9

1.11  IR SENSOR 10

1.11.1 INTRODUCTION 11

1.11.2 INTERNAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 11

1.11.3 WORKING 11

1.12  WATER LEVEL DETECTION 12

1.12.1 WORKING 13

1.13  DC MOTOR 13

1.13.1 INTRODUCTION AND WORKING 13

1.13.2 SPECIFICATIONS 14

1.14 ENTRY-EXIT SENSOR 15

1.14.1 WORKING 15

CHAPTER 2       DESIGN, ANALYSIS & METHODOLOGY 16

                   2.1     INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS 16                  

               2.2    BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS DESCRIPTION 17

CHAPTER 3 IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT WORK 20

3.1    PROTEUS SOFTWARE 20

3.2    KEIL COMPILER 22

3.3    MPLAB IDE 22

3.3.1 Getting Started with MPLAB 23

3.3.2 Create a Project File 24

3.3.3 Select Language Tools Suite 25

3.3.4  Naming the Project 26

3.3.5 Adding files to Project 27

3.3.6  Building the Project 29

3.4    SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE WORK 31

CHAPTER 4 CONCLUSION, ADVANTAGES, FUTURE 34

SCOPE AND REFERENCES

4.1    CONCLUSION 34

4.2    ADVANTAGES 34

4.3    FUTURE EXPANSION 34

                        REFERENCES 35

   APPENDICES 36

APPENDIX A    BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS 36

APPENDIX B    PERIODIC PROGRESS REPORT 37

APPENDIX C    PATENT DREFTING EXERCISE FORM 38

APPENDIX D     PLAGIARISM REPORT 39

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