Prototype for card-less electronic automated teller machine using internet of things

Citations of this article
Mendeley users who have this article in their library.
Get full text


Automated Teller Machine (ATM’s) are devices used for the personal and business financial transactions or banking functions. It can be used without the help of the banking official. The ATM’s have become popular among the public for their availability and the user friendliness. Nowadays ATMs are available in many locations such as college, supermarket, gas station, banking center, airport, work location, hotels, and entertainment establishment, having a consistent high volume of user traffic. The existing ATM machine uses the ATM cards for the user access to authenticate their account in order to use the services of the ATM. There are several problems which includes card expiring, cost of maintenance, accessing customer account by others, waiting time before the issuance of the new card, card damaging, card cloning, shoulder surfing attack, skimming attack, eavesdropping attack, guessing attack. This paper presents the prototype for the card-less electronic Automated Teller Machine without the use of the card. The proposed system uses the face recognizer using the HAAR algorithm. Using the help IoT the unauthorized users could be tracked and if there is any mismatch with the authorized users the mail and SMS could be send to the registered users.




Marietta, J., Chandra Mohan, B., & Hari Haran, V. (2019). Prototype for card-less electronic automated teller machine using internet of things. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(1), 4317–4319.

Register to see more suggestions

Mendeley helps you to discover research relevant for your work.

Already have an account?

Save time finding and organizing research with Mendeley

Sign up for free