At the end of the first semester, there must be a practical measure away from the classic methods to know the extent to which the student’s personal and cognitive skills are increased and applied in the scientific field and the possibility of developing those skills in later stages for the purpose of entering the local markets and competing with what with the skills they have.
It is necessary to display some of the distinguished student productions in the field of protection from thefts and to prevent unauthorized people from entering or opening locked doors. Two groups of students presented two complete devices in terms of function and performance, as follows:
1.The first two students (Fatima Salam and Lara Walid) from the second stage of Department of Informatics and Software Engineering, the system for opening doors through a fingerprint. The work of this device depends on a prior registration of the fingerprint in the device to allow the device to open the gate electronically. The device rejects unregistered fingerprints. The device has the ability to store 1700 different fingerprints.
2.The second two students (Mohammed Nawzad and Ahmed Dilier) from the second stage / Department of Informatics and Software Engineering, presented a device to protect the data and rooms that the permission does not allow for those who are not authorized and carry the secret number to open the doors. The principle of work depends on the registration of the password for the gate by the authorized person. In the event that the password is entered incorrectly, the device calls a phone number registered with a device to tell it about an attempt to open the gate. The work of the device can be developed with other additions according to the request of the user.