alexa Smart Survillience Rover – Industarial Monotoring
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Smart Survillience Rover – Industarial Monotoring

Maheshkumar P
Department of ECE, EBET Group of Institutions, Kangayam-638 108, Tamilnadu, India
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Abstract

The movements in the robots were battery powered, so one of the important issues in robot is the inherent limited battery power. Minimizing energy dissipation and maximizing battery lifetime are important issues in the design of robots so if the power exhausted would quit from the robot, and it overall affect the battery lifetime. Minimizing energy dissipation and maximizing network lifetime are important issues in the design of applications and protocols for sensor networks. To increase the lifetime of the battery on the design and construction of an optimization charging system for batteries by means of tracked solar panels. Thus, the implementation of a complete energy management system applied to a robotic exploration vehicle is put forward. The proposed system was tested on the robotic platform—an autonomous UNMANNED exploration vehicle specialized in recognition. The interest of this robotic system lies in the design concept, based on a smart host microcontroller. On this basis, our proposal makes a twofold significant contribution. On the one hand, it presents the construction of a solar tracking mechanism aimed at increasing the rover’s power regardless of its mobility. On the other hand, it proposes an alternative design of power system performance based on a pack of two batteries. The aim is completing the process of charging a battery independently while the other battery provides all the energy consumed by the robotic vehicle. A wireless sensor network consist of small devices, called sensor nodes that are equipped with sensors to monitor the physical and environmental conditions such as pressure, temperature, humidity, motion, speed etc. Wireless sensor network is a kind of self-organization wireless network which taking the data as center. The node in network is intensive, huge quantity and covering a large area. Aiming at the characters of wide range of area, large amount of information, and complexity of real-time transmission in rural district, this paper developed a wireless sensor network system based on zigbee technology for the transmission of the captured images. The human images are captured and moved to the owner of the company by the use of zigbee technology.

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