Remotely Monitoring Driver Activity using Distributed Ground Sensors

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An autonomous ground Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) sys- tem comprising of multiple distributed, wirelessly communicating smart sensors. Hence remotely monitor the driver’s activity a portable is fixed in the vehicle and a finger print sensor is used as a key .Fingerprint is given and it get activated then also the ground sensors (acoustic, magnetic, accelerometer) get activated. If any circumstance situations happen like theft (or) enemies attacked the sensors get activated and the signals and information gets central office. It is used to detect metals and gives alert messages during critical level these alert messages and tracking is done through ubidots app, it is license free app used for this project.




Narmadha, R., Anitha, U., … Jebaselvi, G. D. A. (2019). Remotely Monitoring Driver Activity using Distributed Ground Sensors. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 5037–5040.

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