LoRa(HC-12) Survillance robot using arduino
G.Yoga sairam teja, A.vinay kumar, K.Nithish kumar, K.Harsha vardhan, Ch.shanthi priya
LoRa (Long Range), Sensors, Esp32, Arduino
For more than 50 years, the concept of enhanced manufacturing has been embodied by robots. Robots and their accessories are increasingly being employed for military and criminal objectives as they become more advanced, dependable, and miniaturised. From surveillance to capability explosives, robots are a crucial part of military operations. Mobile robots are remotely controlled to gain popularity and equipped with the right sensors to do certain tasks. With the advancement of generation, including LoRa era, wireless information exchange via radio waves has become more feasible, manageable, and detectable. The project uses a robotic multi-motive robot that is principally based on LoRa to provide a cutting-edge perspective on remote and border areas A robotic system fitted with LoRa technology for wireless communication in surveillance applications is known as a LoRa (Long Range) surveillance robot. With the help of the low-power, long-range LoRa wireless communication technology, devices may connect with one another over great distances while using little power.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

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