Penggunaan Modul Sensor Sidik Jari (Fingerprint) sebagai verifikasi Ganda untuk Sistem Simulasi Pemilu

  • Iwan Sonjaya Universitas Indonesia
  • Ridwan Gunawan Universitas Pancasila
  • Muhamad Naufal Yuldam Universitas Pancasila
Keywords: Election, RFID RC522,, Fingerprint sensor ZFM-60, TFT LCD, ESP8266.


The implementation of the General Election is expected to guarantee
the implementation of the political rights of the community in a professional,
honest and integrity manner. However, in reality several frauds were found in the
implementation of the General Election, including Ghost Voters, Multiple Voters
and the problem of the number of lost ballots during the distribution process. For
that we designed an election system that can eliminate the potential for fraud.
This system is the Fingerprint and RFID Sensor Application System in IoT-based
Elections. The RFID sensor is used as the first requirement for prospective voters
to give their voting rights where the detection uses the RC522 sensor, the
fingerprint sensor (Fingerprint) is used as a double verification after the identity
is verified by the RFID sensor as the voter list. that appears on the TFT LCD
screen. The vote count data will be sent in real time to the Web Server by
ESP8266. If the data is not registered, the prospective voter cannot cast their vote
because the TFT LCD does not display a picture of the candidate pair. In addition,
the use of TFT LCD also replaces the use of ballots which are prone to fraud in
their distribution. The results of taking data for 30 times of fingerprint
verification experiments on 3 samples of 10 trials each, the percentage error was