Project: Tracking/Monitoring Management System using PHP/MySQL
The Tracking/Monitoring Management System is a simple PHP project that will help the local government or establishment manage the records of individuals who entered the establishments to easily track the movement of a certain person in case the person will diagnose as a COVID positive patient. This tracking system generates a tracking ID and barcode for a certain individual which is ready to be printed to this system. The barcode can serve as an ID like the Home Quarantine Pass (HQP), in this feature this will help to easily identify the individual by scanning the barcode, which means when an individual will enter to a certain establishment, the establishment will only provide a computer unit for at least one to access the system and by scanning the person the identification of a person will automatically display and the staff will only encode the temperature of the person then save it to store in the database, in that case, the person will not write their information to the sheet of paper to prevent the spread the virus for a simple way. The tracking/monitoring management generates a list of the individual who entered a certain establishment whereas the government requires all establishments (herein Philippines) to do so to ease the contact tracing process.
There it is, the Tracking/Monitoring Management System is ready to use. Feel free to download the source code and enhance the system in the way you wanted.
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