Wireless Surveillance Robot with Motion Detection and Live Video Transmission
A. Sivasoundari1, S. Kalaimani2, M. Balamurugan3
1A.Sivasoundari, ECE Department, Idhaya Engineering College for Women, Chinnasalem, India.
2S.Kalaimani, ECE Department, University college of Engineering, Villupuram, India.
3M.Balamurugan, ECE Department, University college of Engineering, Villupuram, India.
Manuscript received on March 11, 2013. | Revised Manuscript Received on March 12, 2013. | Manuscript published on March 25, 2013. | PP: 14-22 | Volume-1, Issue-6, April 2013. | Retrieval Number: F0239041613/2013©BEIESP
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Abstract: Automatic motion detection features are able to enhance surveillance efficiency and quality. The aim of this paper is to recognize and detect motion automatically around a robot’s environment in order to equip a mobile robot for a surveillance task. The robot design has been partitioned into sensor, control, and planning subsystems. A robotic system has a drive chassis having a drive motor and a drive element to control both the robot movements and the rotation of wireless camera. Microcontroller PIC16F877 is designed to ensure that robot is always oriented towards desired position. The required information is based on the input obtained from a Charge Coupled Device (CCD) with battery of 12v. As the first step toward achieving the goal, it is necessary to have a mobile robot for the detection of motion of any-thing, any gas leakages and the presence of heat in that particular unstructured environment. REMOTEC is now commercializing the SURBOT technology on wheeled mobile robot for used in places such as nuclear power plants, atomic power plants and other hazardous environments.
Keywords: Sensors, PIC Microcontroller, stepper motor, CCTV.