However, one important drawback about this system is the RFID tag read rates degrade tremendously as it comes closer to electronic devices.
In , an automatic attendance system using fingerprint verification technique was proposed.
The GSM network is the main interface between identification centre and the e- passport reader.
The communication data is protected between server and e-passport reader by using AES to encrypt data for protection while transferring through GSM network.
Sequel to these, lecturers and administrators in most developing countries have had to come up with ways to ensure a healthy participation from students, and make sure that the student-lecturer interactive relationship is kept intact.
This in some cases have come in simple forms like roll calls, while in more interesting cases, can be formats like surprise quizzes, extra credit in class, etc.
In , authors designed and implemented a model of a secured and portable embedded reader system to read the biometric data from the electronic passport.
The authors attempted to solve problems of reliability, security and privacy in E-passports by authenticating holder online using Global System of Mobile Communications (GSM) network.
The ability of RFID systems to deliver precise and accurate data about tagged items will improve efficiency and bring other benefits to business community and consumers alike in the not distant future .
In this paper, we present an intelligent RFID based lecture attendance access control and management system tailored around Nigerian Universities’ Commission (NUC) policy of ensuring a 70% course attendance by students for a course before likelihood of writing a semester examination for any course.