Ganta Venkatesh, V. Nagamahesh


Our project proposes and implements a simple and guaranteed method of polling election by utilizing biometric. Due to the changes happened inside the technology, lots of advancements were introduced in voting. Voters visit polling booths and cast their votes beneath the supervision of approved parties. Your votes are counted by hands once the election has completed. In democratic communities, voting is a vital tool to collect and re-act people thinking’s. Typically, voting is transported in centralized or distributed places referred to as polling booths. The electronic voting systems may be used that switch the incident and most importantly error-prone human Component. The improvisations goal at growing the flexibility security, reliability, scalability inside the model and supply a shorter time consumption to announce the final outcome result. Nowadays, the voting procedure happened by hands operating machines furthermore to through SMS also. However, this electronic voting machine might be a unique and break through which saves effort and time and eliminates the false voting getting the wrong person. In this system, the customer must use his fingerprint to poll the authenticated election. The pistol safe module are actually kept in america government database. Hence this project supplies a best solution to avoid the false voting. The electronic voting machine was connected on my small pc.


Gsm Module; Finger Print Reader; Arm 7 Cortex;


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