Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Mobile robot

IoT and Wireless Sensor Network based Surveillance Robot for Health Care Applications

Md. Zia Ur Rahman; E. Jaya Sai Surya Teja Varma; C. Saketh Avinash; G. Pradeep Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1027-1039

Internet of things (IoT) is developing day by day and it is the future of computer technology and networking. This paper explains about the working, plan and implementation of IoT and wireless Sensor based surveillance robot using Arduino uno controlled by hand gesture. The main motto of the gesture recognition to reduce the human power to control robot to enhance and showcase their skills. The hand motion or gesture was recognized by using gyroscope accelerometer. There are so many ways and algorithms are there and implemented to recognize the hand gesture. Here we are dividing the robot into two circuits, transmitter and receiver. The Transmitter circuit contains Gyroscope and Accelerometer (MPU6050), Arduino UNO, Transceiver (NRF24L01). The Receiver circuit contains Motor Driver (L298D), Transceiver (NRF24L01), BLET (Bluetooth low energy tags), Arduino UNO. The motto of the project was according to the hand motions the robot must react. Hand motion detected by the gyroscope accelerometer. The Main Reason of the mixing the BLE Tags with Robot is to help the soldiers who are at the border of the country, so that at the time of war they can move their robots by their own wish so that they can know where the Land Mines are present and can see the robot status in mobile app.


D., Chandrakala; K.Adhithiya venkatesh; N. Balaji; B.Mathi bharathi; A.Mohamed Safaaith Hussain

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2586-2591

Nowadays robots are incorporated in the job which are often difficult for humans and these robots can be used as an effective alternative for humans.Mobile robots have become a significant topic in the security field Several techniques have been introduced to work with mobile robots and security. Most of these methods are not capable of working in low visibility environments and need to be manually controlled by a person all the time. In this smart security system, a mobile robot acts as an e-patrol in both light and dark environments. The design and implementation of mobile robots consist of three subsystems: The obstacle avoidance,image capturing and alarm indication for theft prevention.By means of which bot can be deployed for surveillance in a defined path with specific intervals.