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Research Article

A Remote Industrial Surveillance System Using Multiple Ultrasonic Sensors

Mr.Ramchandra K. Gurav*, Prof. Mahesh S. Kumbhar

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication, Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Sakharale, M.S., INDIA

*Corresponding Author:
Mr.Ramchandra K. Gurav
Department of Electronics & Telecommunication
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology
Sakharale, M.S., INDIA
E-mail: [email protected]


In this paper we design and implement an Industrial surveillance system based on an embedded system with multiple ultrasonic sensor modules to enhance the system’s reliability. Each ultrasonic sensor module includes a transmitter and a receiver, and the modules are placed in a line direction. The aim of this paper is to develop and implement an affordable low cost web-camera based surveillance system for remote security monitoring. User can access to their monitoring system remotely via the internet with the use of Windows-based Remote Desktop program. This surveillance system consists of ultrasonic sensors and a web-camera that attached to a rotating platform, which can rotate to all four directions. When intruder detected by ultrasonic sensors, the web-camera will start recording the video stream and save it into memory storage, use of ultrasonic sensors will increase reliability of the overall system.