Multi-Dimensional Border Security Robot
Vaibhav Dilip Bhaldand, Arpita Vinayak Avhad, Nikita Sunil Shinde, Vaibhav Rajendra Abhale, Prof.Y.U.Kakad
PIC 18F4520, PIR Sensor, Laser gun, MQ 6 Smoke Sensor, Mobile App
The goal of the project is to improve border security with a reliable and simple solution. The proposed design has a high range and covers a large area, preventing illegal entry and smuggling without requiring heavy policing. After analyzing past attacks and annual accidents, it's clear that security forces are unaware of terrorist entry. To protect our nation, a smart security system is needed to detect and report activity near the border. The project shares responsibility and reduces human efforts on the border while identifying border threats. The convergence point is the PIR and ultrasonic sensors on's unmanned wanderer. PIR sensors detect unauthorized individuals in the area, located on boundary walls at the base. After identifying human/object activity, locate the individual's proximity with an ultrasonic sensor radar system. An unmanned drone will follow and provide live video feedback and can be equipped with a missile launcher for extreme defense.
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Unique Paper ID: 159946

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 835 - 840
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