Safety Assistance Visual Surveillance Robot

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There is a need for safety assistance visual surveillance that can be effectively used to navigate hazardous places which cannot be accessed by human beings. Several high-risk conditions like radioactive zone, toxic environment and accident-prone areas are usually approached/tackled by humans with little to no information about their conditions. Hence our aim is to reduce any human interaction with these unsafe circumstances by proposing a visual surveillance robot that is capable of moving in any terrain and can relay live information to the controller situated at a remote location. In this paper we address the implementation of Visual Surveillance bot by using a Camera that rotates at 360 degree with the help of DC motor, which illustrate the surrounding so as to provide the estimation of danger if any. We present the execution by efficiently live streaming information with the help of Raspberry pi and by using the MATLAB software to create a RADAR plot by analyzing the object detected by Ultrasonic sensor. The usage of MATLAB not only simplifies the analysis but also helps in creating an enhanced RADAR system by using an ARDUINO to support the ultrasonic system in recording the echo time and object detection angle.




K, S. … Singh, S. K. (2020). Safety Assistance Visual Surveillance Robot. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(5), 752–756.

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