Surveillance Robot for The Live Video Transmission Application

Open Access

Year : 2023 | Volume :8 | Issue : 2 | Page : 22-29
By

    Karuna Markam

  1. Pooja Sahoo

  1. Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics Engineering, Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India
  2. Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics Engineering, Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India

Abstract

In this project decides to focus to create a Surveillance Robot, which can prove to be an important undertaking to protect humanity in today’s changing environment. By changing the size of this robot, we can monitor any place or get secret information there. It can be fitted in a drone, so that sensitive borders of the country can be monitored. In this period of corona, the ward of corona patients can also be monitored so that our corona warriors come in contact with infected patients to a minimum and their risk of getting infected can be reduced. It can be used for various purposes by changing its form as per the requirement. This robot captures the high-resolution video feed and transmits it to the Android device and the robot can be controlled by means of a remote module. For the purpose, using L293D Motor Driver, L293D IC, HC12 R.F. Transceiver, Arduino Nano, Ultrasonic Sensor, HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor, LCD Display and Camera. This could even be used in household surveillance and in border areas for monitoring. Also be used in naxal areas to get a brief and precise knowledge about the present conditions there. The device has a field of vision of 360 degrees.

Keywords: Surveillance Robot, LCD- ARDUINO, Camera and App, Wi-Fi, naxal

[This article belongs to Recent Trends in Sensor Research & Technology(rtsrt)]

How to cite this article: Karuna Markam, Pooja Sahoo , Surveillance Robot for The Live Video Transmission Application rtsrt 2023; 8:22-29
How to cite this URL: Karuna Markam, Pooja Sahoo , Surveillance Robot for The Live Video Transmission Application rtsrt 2023 {cited 2023 Jan 16};8:22-29. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/rtsrt/article=2023/view=91676

Full Text PDF Download

Browse Figures

References

1. Principles of Robot Motion, Theory, Algorithm, Implementation -Choset, Lynch, Hutchinson, Kantor, Burgard, Kavraki and Thrun.
2. Robotics, Control, Sensing, Vision and Intelligence – K.S Fu, R.C Gonazalez, C.S.G Lee.
3. Fundamentals of Robotics Analysis and Control – Robert J Schilling.
4. Saurabh Nalawade “Robots for Surveillance in Military Applications” International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering and Technology. Vol.7 Issue 5, Pp.23939-23944.
5. Tarunpreet Kaur, Dilip Kumar “Wireless Multifunctional Robot for Military Applications” 2015 IEEE 2nd international conference on recent advances in engineering and computational sciences April 2017.
6. Saurabh Nalawade “Robots for Surveillance in Military Applications” International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering and Technology. Vol.7 Issue 5, Pp.23939-23944.
7. K. Damodhar, B. Vanathi and K. Shanmugam “A Surveillance Robot For Real Time Monitoring And Capturing Controlled Using Android Mobile” Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 24, pp 155-166.
8. SimpleCV, http://www.simplecv.org
9. Raspberry Pi Foundation, http://www.raspberry.org.
10. Python, http://www.python.org.


Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 8
Issue 2
Received September 24, 2021
Accepted October 16, 2021
Published January 16, 2023