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Manless Advanced Shopping with Smart Cart

M. Narasimman, M. Lavanya, M. Nandhini, S. Nandhini

Department of CSE, N.S.N College of Engineering & Technology, Karur, Tamil Nadu, India

ABSTRACT

The system is popularity of QR code grows swiftly with the growth of smart phone. A smart trolley used for shopping at the supermarkets remedying the difficulties like waiting in large queues at the payment counter. The system is Cart" Published in developed for smart shopping to avoid traffic congestion, long queues with the help of QR technique. Also by using this system, time will be saved. The users has a gift card with QR code mounted on it which will be scanned through the mobile after detecting QR code and verifying the credentials of the user, balance from the customer’s account will get deducted. The customer or the user if enable to pay amount, the determine gate will not open. At the same time, the customer or the user can only enter the store for shopping if they

scan their individual QR code.

The stock about the particular product will get notified to the owner in order to refill it. The sensor in the trolley will sum the price of all products. The amount is displayed in the trolley as well as in the cart of the app. It focuses on the concepts of quick service and advanced consumer technology. It is a most

man less advanced shopping with smart technology.

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KEYWORDS: Arduino, RFID reader, RFID tag, Node MCU

1. INTRODUCTION

The internet of things or IOT is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to- computer interaction. A thing in the internet of things can be a person with a heart monitor implant, a farm animal with a biochip transponder, an automobile that has built-in sensors to alert the driver when type pressure is low or any other natural or man-made object that can be assigned an IP address and is able to transfer data over a network. Increasingly, organizations in a variety of industries are using IOT to operate more efficiently, better understand customers to deliver enhanced customer service, improve decision- making and increase the value of the business. IOT has evolved from the convergence of wireless technologies, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), micro services and the internet. The convergence has helped tear down the silos between operational technologies (OT) and information technology (IT), enabling unstructured machine-generated data to be analyzed for insights to drive improvements. The idea of connected devices has been around since the 1970s, under the monikers embedded internet and pervasive computing. IOT evolved from machine-to- machine (M2M) communication, i.e., machines connecting to each other viaa network without human interaction. Taking M2M to the next level, IOT is a sensor network of billions of smart devices that connect people, systems and other applications to collect and share data. As its foundation, M2M offers the connectivity that enables IOT.

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1.1...) OVERVIEW

Customer has to install the app and get a QR-Code for entering the store. After purchasing the products, customer had to scan the QR- Code for billing. It is a man less billing process.

1.2. ABOUT THE PROJECT

The system is developed for smart shopping to avoid traffic congestion, long queues with the help of QR-code technique. Also by using this system, time will be saved. The users has a gift card with QR-code mounted on it which will be scanned through the mobile.After detecting the QR-code and verifying the credentials of the user, balance from the customers’ account will get deducted according to the products purchased. The customer or user if unable to pay the amount, the electronic gate will not open. At the same time, the customer or the user can only enter the store for shopping if they scan their individual QR-code. The stock about the particular product will get notified to the owner in order to refill it. The sensor in the trolley will sum the price of the products. The amountis displayed in the trolley as well in the cart of an app. It focuses on the concepts of quick service and advanced consumer technology. It is a most advanced shopping technology.

1.3. PROBLEM STATEMENT

The client's burden while sitting tight for charging in the line. It requires some investment for charging. Manual work is needed for charging. The charging framework should have the option to deal with client started contact, direct outbound client contact, and deal with the contact life cycle. To conquer the issue, client needs to introduce the application and get QR-Code for entering the store.

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Subsequent to buying the items, client needed to filter the QR-Code for charging. It is a man less charging measure.

2. LITERATURE SURVEY 2.1. Automatic Toll Payment System Using QR Code Scanning -

Quick Pay is a brilliant and secure answer for a cash move between singular clients. It is an android application for money installments. The fundamental thought behind the undertaking is to execute cash exchanges in more savvy and secure route with QR code (Quick Response code). In the event that beneficiary has not set a financial balance for exchange, it will go to Q-pay wallet of course. The client can move his wallet cash to ledger at any Q-pay.

2.2. Mobile and Money Payment -

A versatile installment has just taken off in a predetermined number of nations. This inability to scatter a help with a particularly colossal expected around the world, shows that the explanations behind the fruitful cases are not obviously perceived, and therefore, are not being effortlessly imitated. This paper looks to fill this information hole by giving a thorough writing audit, which endeavors to dissect huge encounters in this field, particularly in non-industrial nations. An examination has been done of both scholastic, to get data identified with the entertainers and establishments associated with versatile cash activities.

3. EXISTING SYSTEM

Shopping is basic however looking out for a bill counter makes shopping too exhausting and a dreary undertaking. Enormous measure of surge in addition to clerk setting up with the standardized tag scanner is excessively tedious and brings about long ques. This creative venture comprises ofa robotized charging framework which can be set inside the shopping streetcar. This computerized installment framework comprises of a RFID peruser. In this way, at whatever point the customer places any item in streetcar it is prepared by the RFID module and is shown in the predefined application alongside the cost of the item. As the customer continues adding items, all items are recognized by the module and thusly the cost will increment likewise. In the event that if client changes there mind and doesn't need any item included the streetcar they can eliminate it and the value added will be deducted consequently. Toward the finish of shopping the client filters the QR-code and the aggregate sum to be paid. At exit for confirmation the retailer can check the items bought. Henceforth this procedure is a proper technique to be utilized in places like stores; this will help in decreasing labor and helps in improving a shopping experience for clients.

4. PROPOSED SYSTEM

The proposed approach is the robotized charging for a client during shopping fundamentally dependent on RFID upheld with other straightforward innovations. The framework is produced for keen shopping to evade gridlock, long lines with the assistance of QR-code procedure. Likewise by utilizing this framework, time will be saved. The clients has a gift voucher with QR-code mounted on it which will be looked over the portable .After distinguishing the QR-code and confirming the accreditations of the client, balance from the clients' record will get deducted by the items bought. The client or client if incapable to pay the sum, the electronic entryway won't open.

Simultaneously, the client or the client can possibly enter the store for shopping in the event that they examine their

individual QR-code. The stock about the specific item will get told to the proprietor to top off it. The sensor in the streetcar will aggregate the cost of the items. The sum is shown in the streetcar too s in the truck of an application. It centers around the ideas of speedy assistance and progressed purchaser innovation. It is a most progressive shopping innovation. In shopping centers or general stores, the items are given RFID labels rather than standardized tags. The shopping streetcars incorporate the arrangement containing RFID per user, Smart RFID cards are given to clients for their remarkable distinguishing proof.

4.1. ARCHITECTURE

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FIELDS OF THIS SYSTEM

Scanning the QR-code

Opening electronic gate

Selecting the trolley

Purchasing the products and reading products’ RFID code

Scanning the QR- code for bill payment

Scanning the QR-Code for exiting the store

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> > 5.1. Scanning the QR-Code

When the customer wants to enter the store and purchase the things, should scan the QR-Code. The customer may come alone or with one or two persons or infinite, one card

with QR-code is enough. The customer should install the app given for the specified store.

5.2. Opening the electronic gate

After scanning the QR-Code by the app of the shopkeeper, the gate opens only when it matches. When we scan the unregistered QR-Codes, the gate will not open. It shows “not match”.

5.3. Selecting the trolley

The customer after entering the store had to select the trolley for purchasing the products. While scanning the QR- Code of the customer, the trolley which is empty will be notified to the customer as a number

5.4. Purchasing the products and reading products’ RFID code

The customer after selecting the trolley can purchase the products. While purchasing the products, the customer has to allow RFID reader to read the RFID tags of the products. The products will be shown in the cart of the app. When the customer wants to remove the product from the trolley can also be done.

5.5. Scanning the QR- code for bill payment

After purchasing the products, the customer has to scan the QR-Code for payment. So that the required amount can be deducted from the wallet of the customer.

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5.6. Scanning the QR-Code for exiting the store

After successful bill payment by the customer, if user needs to check whether the products are correct can be done. After the completion of checking, the customer can hand over the RFID tags and the particular trolley before the gate. Again customer has to scan the QR-Code for exiting the store.

6. HARDWARE DESCRIPTION

6.1. Power Supply

The AC supply is applied to 12V development down transformer. The transformer yield is the 12V AC which is remedied using a diode interface. The yield of Diode Bridge of 12V DC is isolated by capacitors.

6.2. ARDUINO UNO R3 MICROCONTROLLER

Fig 2 Arduino Uno

The Arduino Uno R3 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to acomputer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started.

6.3. NODE MCU

Fig 3 Node MCU

Node MCU is a minimal effort open source IOT stage. The Node MCU is shown in Fig 3. It at first included firmware which runs on the ESP8266 Wi-Fi SOC from Espressif Systems, and equipment which depended on the ESP-12 module. Afterward, uphold for the ESP32 32-digit MCU was added. In the wake of setting up ESP8266 with Node-MCU firmware, we should see the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) needed for improvement of Node MCU. Lua contents are by and large used to code the Node MCU. Lua is an open source, lightweight, embeddable scripting language based on top of C programming language

6.4. RFID READER

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a programmed distinguishing proof innovation that uses a tag, which might be latent (no inner force) or dynamic (interior battery power), to permit encoded ID, area or other tangible information to be sent to a label per user, which interprets and measures the data

6.5. RFID tag

The motivation behind a RFID framework is to empower information to be sent by a convenient gadget, called a tag, which is perused by a RFID per user and prepared by the necessities of a specific application.

7. CONCLUSION

Programmed shopping streetcar created in this paper works with minimal effort, low force utilization. So clients can appreciate shopping without pushing streetcar themselves. There is a RFID peruser fixed on the streetcar to save the track for the aggregate sum and client can cover their bill consequently without holding up in the long line. As per client's perspective our undertaking has re-imagined the method of buying. Our idea has eradicated the practice of client depending on the businessperson for obtaining data about items. Charging is totally dodged which thus saves time for the client and makes measure simple for retailer. It keeps away from line for client since charging is finished in the streetcar. It lessens 33% of the general venture of the retailer for charging office. In this manner the model permits better shopping experience utilizing improved innovation which can be taken care of by any everyday person who simply knows to peruse and compose things.

7.1. Future Scope

Future headway is to utilize improved RFID per users that work in high recurrence which can peruse numerous labels all the while. Future headway is to utilize improved RFID per users that work in high recurrence which can peruse numerous labels at the same time. Versatile application can be created to keep away from brilliant card and GSM. Stock administration can be joined utilizing IOT which thusly helps in computerization of stock administration. The shrewd shopping streetcar framework expects to help shopping face to face which will limit the extensive measure of time spent in shopping just as to time needed in finding the ideal item easily. The client simply needs to type the name of the item he needs to look on the android gadget, and the truck will consequently control him/her to the item/s areas.

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