Introduction to Automatic Teller Machine Seminar:
ATM ( Automatic Teller Machine) is machine or electronic device that is used people for their bank account transaction, they used ATM for cash withdrawal, check account balance, make deposit of checks and cash, or to transfer money from one account to another. To achieve this service they are given a plastic card provided by bank and they have 4 digit secret code. ATM is available 24 hours no time when to use.
Automatic Teller Machine Architecture:
ATM consist of card reader, keypad, speaker, display screen, receipt printer,deposit slot, screen button, cash dispenser.
Automatic Teller Machine History: ATM is invented by De La Rue in north London, United Kingdom on 26 June 1967 by Barclays Bank and the first ATM was installed in Rockville Centre in New York.
ATM Machine connectivity: they are connected to the host computer of bank through ISP. Host computer works as gateway for all the ATM connected. They are connected either through Leased line or through Dial-up line. In leased line connection they are connected to 4 wires point to point with phone lines and in Dial-up they are connected through using modem and a toll free number for any query. Leased line connections are costly as compared to dial–up line and their monthly cost are much greater then dial up line.
ATM Hardware and software: they are imbedded with crypto-processors with IBM-PC. Mostly they run on either windows 2000 or Linux.
ATM Advantages: it increased the bank income and they have added additional features to it. It helps customers during emergency, save their time and money.
ATM Security: ATM always have cctv camera for any theft, in case of theft door lock automatically, and alarm systems that connects to monitoring systems.
Note: don’t scratch your card; don’t tell your secret code to anyone, always take receipt with you.
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