Fingerprint Voting System with Results in Telegram


  • Keshika Manimaran Centre for Diploma Studies, University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, (UTHM) Pagoh Campus, High Education Hub Pagoh KM 1 Panchor Road, 84600 Panchor, Johor.
  • Yahkeish R.Santhiran
  • Meeganthiran Subramaniam


fingerprint, voting system, arduino uno, nodemcu, esp8266, iot, telegram


As technology advances, electronic voting machines are now used to cast a vote. Voting is an important and complicated process that requires transparency. This project is based on, Fingerprint voting system that was created utilizing Nodemcu and Arduino technologies to send the results of the voting to telegram. The Internet of Things is playing an important role in improving communication methods in all spheres of life. Everyone can now communicate, evaluate, and handle daily tasks thanks to it. It has enabled everyone to communicate, analyze, and manage daily activities more efficiently by providing seamless connectivity to the digitized world. This project combines both aspects, the voting process and the IOT world to make it easier for people to place their vote. This system is beneficial to voters because it shortens the voting process. It is a more secure method to ensure that the voting process is not rigged.The user's fingerprint is a crucial component of their identity. It is easy to transport from the polling place to the polling center and has a straightforward architecture that reacts rapidly, reduces voting center staff, and provides easy and accurate counting without any problems. The main idea of this paper is to use the internet of things to automate the voting process, which will better the accuracy, speed, and overall security of the elections. 




How to Cite

Manimaran, K., Yahkeish R.Santhiran, & Meeganthiran Subramaniam. (2023). Fingerprint Voting System with Results in Telegram. Multidisciplinary Applied Research and Innovation, 4(4), 207–215. Retrieved from



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