Author : Rohith B N 1
Date of Publication :31st July 2021
Abstract: Main goal of this paper is to provide surveillance and monitor the forest conditions. For this we have used both Internet of Things and AI Computer-vision technologies. Sensors have been placed on robot which is movable in all direction and OV2640 camera along with esp32 cam has been placed to get video feed. Further this video feed is proceed to detect intruders using python IDE and OpenCV. Sensor data is sent to IoT server, which can be monitored. Main purpose of monitoring sensor data is to detect fire. Robot is controlled using RF transceivers, which has very good range and has stepper motor for accurate movement. Since RF transceivers are used we can also send sensor data to the user for emergency situation.
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