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Prototyping Minimal Footprint NFC-based User Access Control System for IoT Applications

Originální název

Prototyping Minimal Footprint NFC-based User Access Control System for IoT Applications

Anglický název

Prototyping Minimal Footprint NFC-based User Access Control System for IoT Applications

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

User access control systems have become a standard part of security systems in many consumer as well as industrial applications. Majority of these systems utilize tokens to gain an access into restricted areas such as buildings, garages and workplaces. They are available in different shapes and sizes, but their communication interface often utilizes NFC technology ensuring compatibility throughout a variety of distinct tokens. Main goal of this paper is to share most important hands-on experience acquired during the development of NFC-based user access control system with minimal footprint. Common handheld/wearable devices like smartphones or smartwatches have been used to eliminate the need for another item to be carried by a user. In our Android-based implementation, users are authenticated via server application and their accounts can be managed by the user interface called Locker. Further, MySQL database acts as a storage for user data and for authentication purposes as well.

Anglický abstrakt

User access control systems have become a standard part of security systems in many consumer as well as industrial applications. Majority of these systems utilize tokens to gain an access into restricted areas such as buildings, garages and workplaces. They are available in different shapes and sizes, but their communication interface often utilizes NFC technology ensuring compatibility throughout a variety of distinct tokens. Main goal of this paper is to share most important hands-on experience acquired during the development of NFC-based user access control system with minimal footprint. Common handheld/wearable devices like smartphones or smartwatches have been used to eliminate the need for another item to be carried by a user. In our Android-based implementation, users are authenticated via server application and their accounts can be managed by the user interface called Locker. Further, MySQL database acts as a storage for user data and for authentication purposes as well.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT139971,
  author="Martin {Štůsek} and Jiří {Pokorný} and Jaroslav {Hájek} and Pavel {Mašek} and Jiří {Hošek}",
  title="Prototyping Minimal Footprint NFC-based User Access Control System for IoT Applications",
  annote="User access control systems have become a standard part of security systems in many consumer as well as industrial applications. Majority of these systems utilize tokens to gain an access into restricted areas such as buildings, garages and workplaces. They are available in different shapes and sizes, but their communication interface often utilizes NFC technology ensuring compatibility throughout a variety of distinct tokens. Main goal of this paper is to share most important hands-on experience acquired during the development of NFC-based user access control system with minimal footprint. Common handheld/wearable devices like smartphones or smartwatches have been used to eliminate the need for another item to be carried by a user. In our Android-based implementation, users are authenticated via server application and their accounts can be managed by the user interface called Locker. Further, MySQL database acts as a storage for user data and for authentication purposes as well.",
  booktitle="Distributed Computer and Communication Networks",
  chapter="139971",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2017",
  month="september",
  pages="1--15",
  type="conference paper"
}