• Deepika Bachhav


Presently, all fuel stations are operated manually. They required more manpower and time. The technology provides simplicity and comfort yet in addition brings a major worry for security. To put fuel station in particular region it is expensive to give office to the customers, all these problems are dealt with the utilization of automated fuel station which require less time to work and it is successful and can be introduced anywhere. The proposed system help customers that means they need not carry money with them. The straightforward and legitimate utilization of RFID and GSM innovation gives an aggregate security and atomization of conveyance of fuel. The system is easily operated on mobile phone. In this proposed system the OTP is provided to the customer by the fuel station through GSM technology, then OTP is entered by the customer on LCD with the help of keypad. Thus authentication is created by fuel industry with the help of OTP. The appropriation of fuel is not dispensed until the OTP gets confirmed on the basis of information stored in the system. In fact a proposed system provides security for fuel distribution.

Keywords: RFID technology, GSM, authentication, raspberry pi, automation, fuel station.


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How to Cite
Bachhav, D. (2018). AUTOMATED FUEL STATION WITH USER SECURITY. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (Founded by ISB &M School of Technology )), 4(I). journals.v4iI.507
Electronics and Telecommunication