Design of Low Cost Wireless Surveillance System for Aircraft

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The aim of the project is to estimate the position and orientation of a moving platform in a 3D environment which is of significant importance in many areas such as robotics, sensing, surveillance and Unmanned Aero Vehicles. In order to perform this, one can employ single or multiple sensor fusions to improve the accuracy of estimation and to compensate for individual sensors deficiencies. We are using camera surveillance controller system in which we control the movement of the camera and it is live video streaming to a remote location. The camera is made to view +180 to -180° by using servomotor. The GPS and IMU sensor modules are implanted onto the model for controlling and monitoring the flight. Wireless technology allows viewing remotely and controlling the flight as required. This paper focuses on LOW-COST WIRELESS SURVEILLANCE for improved security, more flexible and efficient systems.




Nandakumar, K. … Devabalaji, K. R. (2019). Design of Low Cost Wireless Surveillance System for Aircraft. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 4297–4301.

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