Study of Women Safety Night Patrolling Robot
Author(s):
Shinde Kiran, Nimse Vaibhavi, Gawali Durga
Keywords:
Arduino, L293D, L293H, Motor, PIR sensor.
Abstract
This paper describes about a safety electronic system for women, built alone areas. This Project we propose a security patrolling robot that uses camera for securing any premises. The robotic vehicle moves at particular intervals and is equipped with night vision camera and sound sensors. It uses a predefined line to follow its path while patrolling. It stops at particular points and moves to next points if sound are detected. The system uses RF based Controlling Section for Control the Direction of Robot when parson is detected. It monitors each area to detect any intrusion using 360degree rotating camera. It has the ability to monitor sound in the premises. Any sound after company is closed and it starts moving towards the sound on its predefined path. It then scans the area using its camera to detect any human faces detected. It captures and starts transmitting the images of the situation immediately on sound or human face. Here we use RF 2.4 GHz for receiving transmitted images and displaying them to user. Thus we put forward a fully autonomous security robot that operates tirelessly and patrols large areas on its own to secure the facility.
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Unique Paper ID: 149299

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 11

Page(s): 620 - 626
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