Category Archives: C#

Bluetooth Based Door Lock App with SMS Notification

Bluetooth Based Door Lock App with SMS Notification

Bluetooth Based Door Lock App with SMS Notification

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

There are numerous researches in the field of home automation most especially in door lock system.  But all these researches vary in the access control system to replace the traditional physical key based on specific techniques such as wireless transceiver, bluetooth mobile device, biometric and card access.

Amount of options for a door locks are available in the market which homeowners would consider the different factors when security is concern. The four most common are padlock, dead bolts, knob locks and lever.

Padlocks are the only type of lock that is typically not permanently attached to anything else. Padlocks come in a range of sizes, are free standing and portable, and are one of the most easily recognizable types of lock. Padlocks come in two main varieties: combination and keyed. Combination locks have one or more number dials that open the lock when the correct combination is entered. They are often easy to decode or shim open. Keyed padlocks have several options to consider. There are rekeyable and non-rekeyable padlocks. If a padlock is non-rekeyable, then you cannot change the key that opens the lock (for example to make it use the same key as your house).

Bluetooth Based Door Lock App with SMS Notification

Bluetooth Based Door Lock App with SMS Notification

iFan: Mobile Based Ceiling and Electric Fan Control System using Arduino

iFan Mobile Based Ceiling and Electric Fan Control System using Arduino

iFan: Mobile Based Ceiling and Electric Fan Control System using Arduino

The project is a system that will be able to monitor ceiling and electric fans activities whether the fan is active, inactive, and also for monitoring the room temperature.

Hardware Components:

  • Arduino Components:Arduino Uno, Breadboard, LCD
  • Relay Module
  • Temperature Sensor
  • PIR Sensor

Records and Document Management System Review or Related Literature

Records and Document Management System Review or Related Literature

Records and Document Management System Review or Related Literature

Records and Document Management System is a computer based which provides detailed information about the documents and the whole process of recording. It gives accurate and efficient information that is reliable and complete. This requires records management solutions to be integrated in the archiving of documents.

The said project was written in C# and MySQL. It is a lan-based system that will run on the intranet setup of the office/organization.

LCD Based Bulletin Board System with SMS Notification

LCD Based Bulletin Board System with SMS Notification

LCD Based Bulletin Board System with SMS Notification

The following sources/references will serve as a guide for the researchers in the development of the research entitled LCD Based Bulletin Board System with SMS Notification

Review of Related Literature

Local

Electronic Bulletin Board for SLSU Gumaca

According to Briane (Feb. 2013), as the trend of technology rises, there is a lot of improvement and other modifications has been taken place in every technology systems that are existing. Through the creative thinking of the people nothing is impossible when it comes to developing or improving new technology. Delaying information using communication devices, equipments and gadgets is not new anymore in the world of communication. It is very important to be transmitted must reach its recipient in the shortest possible time in order to obtain the essence of the information. A bulletin board (pin board, pin board, notice board, or notice board in British English) is a surface intended for the posting of public messages, for example, to advertise items wanted or for sale, announce events, or provide information. Bulletin boards are often made of a material such as cork to facilitate addition and removal of messages, or they can be placed on computer networks so people can leave and erase messages for other people to read and see. Bulletin boards are particularly prevalent at universities. They are used by many sports groups and extracurricular groups and anything from local shops to official notices. Dormitory corridors, well-trafficked hallways, lobbies, and freestanding kiosks often have cork boards attached to facilitate the posting of notices. At some universities, lampposts, bollards, trees, and walls often become impromptu posting sites in areas where official boards are sparse in number. Internet forums are becoming a global replacement for traditional bulletin boards. Online bulletin boards are sometimes referred to as message boards. The terms bulletin board, message board and even Internet forum are interchangeable, although often one bulletin board or message board can contain a number of Internet forums or discussion groups. An online board can serve the same purpose as a physical bulletin board. Magnet boards, or magnetic bulletin boards.

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

TECHNICAL BACKGROUND

This system has been developed by the researchers due to experiences they encountered during the times when they were also newcomer students. Although there is already a locator map existed, but still the information is not sufficient to guide. Most of visitors and freshmen students were always misguided with the exact location of rooms, offices, departments, external campuses and projects. The administration, faculty and staff would not be exposed and familiarized by the students. As a result, sometimes they would not be respected by the students.

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Kiosk Based Mapping System Review of Related Literature

Smartcard Based Attendance Monitoring with SMS Review of Related Literature

Smartcard Based Attendance Monitoring with SMS Review of Related Literature

Smartcard Based Attendance Monitoring with SMS Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter includes different literatures related to the propose system. It discusses different systems and their functions. It also contains different theories that were found important in the making of the proposed system.

Smart Card Based Attendance System

In general, a smart card is an integrated circuit card with a memory capable of making decisions. This project can be used for recording the attendance of an employee in an organization or a student in a class. A smart card, chip card or integrated circuit card (ICC), is defined as any pocket-sized card with embedded integrated circuits which can process information. This implies that it can receive input which is processed by way of the ICC applications and delivered as an output. In this project, we are using a contact smart card where the information inside the card is communicated to the card reader by inserting a card into the card reader. The card reader in this project used is an SR-90 SDK of 1KB memory size. The smart card reader contains a PIC 16F73 microcontroller, a voltage regulator, serial cable connections, and an LED which glows whenever a card is inserted into the reader and also it glows whenever it issues any command or receives any command.

Patient Information System Review of Related Literature

Patient Information System Review of Related Literature

Patient Information System Review of Related Literature

The following review of related literatures and studies will serve as the basis for the development of the Patient Information System for our client and will also serve as a guide for crafting the documents of this research study.

Review of Related Literature

Patient record systems as elaborated by Annals.org (1993), although an   area of active research, are not in widespread use. In June 1992, 3% of Dutch general practitioners had introduced computer-based patient records. Of these, 70% had replaced the paper patient record with a computer-based record to retrieve and record clinical data during consultations. Possible reasons for the use of computerized patient record system include the nature of Dutch general practice and the early and active role of professional organizations in recognizing the potential of computerized patient record system. Professional organizations issued guidelines for information systems in general practice, evaluated available systems, and provided postgraduate training that prepares physicians to use the system. In addition, professional organizations successfully urged the government to reimburse general practitioners part of the expenses related to the introduction of computerized patient record system.

Flood Monitoring with SMS Notification Review of Related Literature

Flood Monitoring with SMS Notification Review of Related Literature

Flood Monitoring with SMS Notification Review of Related Literature

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

This chapter presents the related literature of previously completed studies whose salient findings support and substantiate the presented arguments in favor of developing the system. It discusses different systems and their functions. The researchers highlighted various theories which were essential in the development of the SMS-Based Flood Monitoring System with Mobile Application.

SMS Based Flood Monitoring and Early Warning System

Azid, Chand, Jacquier, Prasad, Raghuwaiya and Sharma (2015) demonstrates the design process, implementation and experimental verification of an SMS based Flood Monitoring and Early Warning system with tools such as credit top-up and storing contact numbers that will be done via SMS. The system provides timely information and alerts at-risk or threatened populace and relevant authorities using SMS when the level of water surpasses the user-defined threshold value. The simple yet effective warning system is deemed to be one of the fastest and cost effective method of alerting the relevant authorities and the vulnerable residence.

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Grading System Database Model and Design

Grading System Database Model and Design

Grading System Database Model and Design

This article will give you an idea and example on the different tables involved in the development of a grading system.

General Objectives

This study aims to improve the manual submission of grades to the Registrar’s office and as well as to allow the students to view their grades. The proposed Grading System will be secured and reliable in keeping the records. It will also minimize the workloads will be fast and convenient.

Grading System Database Model and Design

Grading System Database Model and Design

Dental and Clinic Information System Review of Related Literature

Dental and Clinic Information System Graphical Report

Dental and Clinic Information System Review of Related Literature

CHAPTER II

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE/SYSTEM

This chapter presents the list of related literatures, studies and systems that will serve as a guide for the researchers/developers to develop the dental and clinic information system

Related Literature

ELECTRONIC DENTAL RECORD USE AND CLINICAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT PATTERNS AMONG PRACTITIONER-INVESTIGATORS IN THE DENTAL PRACTICE-BASED RESEARCH NETWORK” (Titus Schleyer, et al.)

Results

According to the study, a total of 729 (73.6 percent) of 991 P-Is responded. A total of 73.8 percent of U.S. solo practitioners and 78.7 percent of group practitioners used a computer to manage some patient information, and 14.3 percent and 15.9 percent, respectively, managed all patient information on a computer. U.S. practitioners stored appointments, treatment plans, completed treatment and images electronically most frequently, and the periodontal charting, diagnosis, medical history, progress notes and the chief complaint least frequently. More than 90 percent of Scandinavian practitioners stored all information electronically. A total of 50.8 percent of all P-Is, were willing to reuse EDR data for research, and 63.1 percent preferred electronic forms for data collection.