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Implementation Effects of E-ID Device in Smart Campus Using IoT

  • Vuppala SukanyaEmail author
  • Enugala Vishnu Priya ReddyEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Learning and Analytics in Intelligent Systems book series (LAIS, volume 3)

Abstract

In the present world, teachers and student’s parents are very busy in their scheduled life. Irrespective of this, their health and work can be been recorded and monitored with the help of E-ID device using IoT platform. We can introduce E-ID device for every university employee including the student. By connecting all these together on IoT platform, the university will be called as “smart campus”. The synchronized data of the student or teacher or university authority of each and every minute will be stored. The top-level management of university to the ground level of student’s parents will get student’s details like attendance, health, fitness, extracurricular activities, security, campus facilities and the access for labs and air conditioner can be done automatically by E-ID devices. In this way, power consumption can be reduced and energy efficiency will be increased. Finally, the educational organizations will have transparent information in hands within a few minutes by using E-ID device on IoT platform.

Keywords

Internet of Things Student Parent E-ID device Smart university Smart campus Fitness Attendance Security 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science Engineering, University College of EngineeringOsmania UniversityHyderabadIndia

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