Smart Mobile Personal Assistant

  • Mrs. M. Gayathri, Deepshikha Dinesh, Adwitiya Singh


Security has gone on to become an imperative part of the modern technological era since devices today not only face threats not only from viruses but also are vulnerable to malicious hackers, who may try to obtain confidential and unauthorized data. Methods such as iris recoil, facial and fingerprint recognition are some of the newly adopted methods. Fingerprint algorithms and authentication systems are now an integral part of any mobile phone. This paper aims to showcase a fingerprint authentication application that is built based on the Advance Encryption Standard (AES) (Jain, Ross &Prabhakar , 2004).

Android is an operating system for smart phones developed by Google Inc and the Open application Alliance (OAA).This era is surrounded by technology. The smart phones have so much of capabilities. This paper deals with the development of an application in smart phones which will automatically open any mobile apps with help of external finger print device. In the study hardware and software development are utilized. Interface between fingerprint and mobile is connected with Bluetooth module.

This mobile personal assistant helps in increasing the speed of performance of any device. It saves us the effort of having to manually search for the apps used by us on a regular basis. Also, we have included in it a safety feature, which instructs the mobile device to send its location coordinates to the emergency contacts in case the sensor is tapped by an authenticated fingerprint three

comparing fingerprints, the scanner relies on engulfing an image, usually a photo and making use of algorithms to scout for unique configurations on the peripheral, like ridges, peaks by studying the lightest and darkest areas of the image.This scanner is nowadays not in process as it is quite slow and it is not used nowadays.

How to Cite
Mrs. M. Gayathri, Deepshikha Dinesh, Adwitiya Singh. (2020). Smart Mobile Personal Assistant. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 2171 - 2179. Retrieved from