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JCR. 2020; 7(5): 1250-1259


SPY BOT FOR MONTORING HUMAN ACTIVITIES IN RESTRICTED AREA DURING COVID19 LOCKDOWN

Dr.G.Rohini, Monikandan. R, Ramesh. R, Vignesh. K.

Abstract
To restrict the movement of human in the restricted area during this critical period of COVID19 lockdown is a big task for Government of India. The personnels need to act spontaneously and monitor the unwanted movement to avoid the critical situation at an anytime. The vehicle should be able to surveillance in areas where human are restricted and also it should not juggling when spying on rough terrain and hills. The prototype spy bot can be controlled using arduino controlled bluetooth module. It can be operated using an application installed in an Android or IOS based smart-phone, or an internet site, or an interactive program running on a laptop. Each can be connected by wires or wirelessly. The prototype spybot also has decision making capability and obstacle avoidance features. The spybot is GPS enabled, and can be used to track a live location place also. This intelligent spybot can directly fetch the live-video feeds and therefore the spied data to an internet site, along with GPS co-ordinates. Since the prototype spybot is speech and gesture-enabled, it also can be used effectively by the people having restricted physical abilities. The initial performance results and trials are encouraging. The prototype spybot can potentially be used for a range of applications. Drones, are also known as mini spy bot aerial vehicles, used for spying the places & location with a systematic, tracking ability for capturing real time data.

Key words: SPYBOT, COVID19, GPS, obstacle-avoidance, multi-controls, transmitter & receiver



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