Smart Trolley

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Department of
ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION
G.S.MOZE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BALEWADI, PUNE – 411045
2011-2012

A SEMINAR REPORT ON

RFID BASED SMART TROLLEY FOR MALLS

PRESENTED BY:
1. PRIYA BHAT (Roll No. 61)
2. SONAWANE BHAGYASHRI (Roll No. 71)
3. SANDHYA VIJAYAN (Roll No. 73)

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF:
PROF. Mr. RAGHVENDRA A. KATAP

CONTENTS
TOPIC PAGE NO.

1. PROJECT ABSTRACT ...........……………..........................................................................3
2. LITERATURE SURVEY ...................................................................................................4
3. MARKET SURVEY ..........................................................................................................6
4. BLOCK DIAGRAM ...........................................................................................................9
5. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................14
6. PCB LAYOUT...................................................................................................................15
7. COMPONENT LIST AND PRICE .....................................................................................16
8. APPLICATIONS ..............................................................................................................17
9. ADVANTAGES ...............................................................................................................18
10. CONCLUSION ..............................................................................................................19

PROJECT ABSTRACT

In today’s technology, many companies are developing products that ensure convenience towards all people. One of the conveniences that are involved will be providing them with a new and easy shopping experience. With the problem of waiting in a long queue to checking-out the shopping items, new technologies must be implemented to provide the lowest delay time. Thus, we concentrate on developing a ”Smart Trolley”, a system that allows faster check-out. What is the Smart trolley? If you haven't already heard of the smart trolley, you are missing out. The user would scan the RFID tag that is on the shopping commodity using the RFID reader. The RFID information will be stored into the controller’s memory, and checked against a database from which it would retrieve the appropriate information. It will also enable the microcontroller to calculate the total price for all scanned commodities, and display it on the LCD screen. All the customer has to do is to pay for the total price without unloading the items from the trolley. The team expects that the smart shopping trolley will be a more reliable form of check-out process that will decrease the amount of time a customer has to wait while shopping. The concept of a smart shopping trolley utilizes a controller, integrated with a commercial retail shopping cart. The technology features a convenient display (like LCD) that interfaces with the controller. The onboard controller is linked to a central database operated and updated by the system owner that provides real-time product information to the consumer. The customer can scan their items while they shop using the computer attached to the cart. The items are then aggregated to a list that tallies how much the user has spent.

LITERATURE SURVEY
Existing systems that use RFID:
1. Payment by mobile phones
Nokia's 2008 device, the 6212, has RFID capabilities. Credit card information can be stored, and bank accounts can be directly accessed using the enabled handset. The phone has added security in that users would be required to enter a pass code or PIN before payment is authorized. 2. Product tracking

RFID can also be used for supply chain management in the garment industry. The...
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