IoT-Enabled Authentic Ration and Material Distribution Systems

Year : 2024 | Volume :01 | Issue : 01 | Page : 26-34
By

indra singh

Beer Singh

  1. as Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, SR Group of Institutions, Lucknow Uttar Pradesh India
  2. Assistant Professor Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, SR Group of Institutions, Lucknow Uttar Pradesh India

Abstract

A home Ration Certificate is an essential item. The largest retailer system in India is Public Distribution System (PDS). A ration card is provided by the public distribution network, which is run by the state administration. All people have ration cards for purchasing essential consumers material like wheat, rice, kerosene, and oil. The present ration distribution system has many problems such as authentication problems, waste of time in queues, lots of malpractices. The Creation and Implementation of the Project An automated method of distributing goods to verified card holders is suggested by an Internet of Things (IoT) based Authentic Ration Material Distribution system, which also lowers malpractice. The State Government distributes various ration cards, including the yellow, saffron, and white ration cards, based on the family’s annual income. India now has the largest distribution network in the world, with 478,000 ration shops spread over the many towns, villages, cities, and other areas of the country. The Department of Food and Supplies distributes ration cards to residents based on their financial situation. We are putting in place an RFID smart card that has all the user’s information, including their “AADHAR” number, which is needed for authentication. Lastly, a database is used to keep track of stock details, which are then updated on a regular basis and posted on the government site. Additionally, the database keeps track of transaction details.

Keywords: Public Distribution System (PDS), Microcontroller, RFID Tags, DC Motor and Motor Driver, IoT.

[This article belongs to International Journal of Solid State Innovations & Research(ijssir)]

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Received November 28, 2023
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Published March 28, 2024