Design and develop smart door by using IOT to sense the body afflicted with infectious diseases in Ministry of Defense

Mohammed Said AL Shaaili, Ali Abbas, Raza Hasan

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Published conference proceedingConference contributionpeer-review


The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system consisting of computing devices featuring devices connected to the Internet with each other, digital and mechanical machines, things, and people who provide distinct identifiers and the ability to transfer data across the network without the need. For people, they interact with the PC. This system consists of several devices that can be said to be security, safety and health of the Ministry’s employees from the infectious diseases spreading in the world recently. The system contains many devices, a face detection camera, temperature sensor, mask detection,” a camera, a digital screen, and an additional sterilizer. How the systems work In short, the employee or visitor is standing in front of the system. The temperature sensor will read the body temperature, and if it is above (38.5), the device will send a signal to the system not to open the gate because the body temperature is high and is considered a threat, and a message will appear on the digital screen "Please stay away. You cannot enter." Your temperature is high. " At the same time, the camera capture the person face, identifies the person whether he is an employee of the ministry or not. Also check the mask if he does not wear the mask, a message will appear on the digital screen, "Please wear a muzzle upon entering", in order to enter, you must be an employee in the ministry and your body temperature is normal while you wear the mask.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFifth Middle East College Student Research Conference
PublisherHigh School Edition
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 6 Jan 2022
EventFifth Middle East College Student Research Conference - Middle East College, Muscat, Oman
Duration: 1 Jun 20211 Jun 2021


ConferenceFifth Middle East College Student Research Conference

Cite this