Surveillance Drone

Year : 2022 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 7-14
By

    Pranesh Dilip Tambe

  1. Ameya Rajesh Pati

  2. Kiran Dhaije

  3. Ragini Sharma

  1. Student, Department of Information Technology, Saraswati College of Engineering, Kharghar Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
  2. Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, Saraswati College of Engineering, Kharghar Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Abstract

In today’s society, surveillance is becoming increasingly important in order to maintain a place’s decorum and assure the safety and security of its inhabitants. In this case, an aerial monitoring system will be beneficial. This study explains how an unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) can be used to create an aerial surveillance system. We begin by describing the elements of our airborne surveillance system, followed by a discussion of some of the technologies we employed to construct it. Following that, we describe how we integrated those technologies into a drone and made them function in tandem to produce our intended aerial surveillance system. This system will be a practical and cost-effective replacement for present surveillance systems. It can be utilised for both peacekeeping and real-time monitoring of a location at any time of day. The goal is to create economical, rapid, and effective monitoring that may be employed broadly at the private, institutional, and governmental levels.

Keywords: Drone, unnamed aerial vehicle (UAV), python programming, Raspberry Pi, OpenCV, android app

[This article belongs to Recent Trends in Programming languages(rtpl)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 9
Issue 1
Received May 12, 2022
Accepted May 19, 2022
Published May 25, 2022

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