IOT-Based Wi-Fi Surveillance Robot with Real-Time Audio and Video Streaming

  • Diksha SinghEmail author
  • Anil Nandgaonkar
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 810)


In this paper, the wireless robot refers to the mini robot which live streams the monochromatic video, takes and stores the images. The robot is being controlled through a local Wi-Fi server by a compatible web page. The objective of the proposed method is to implement the aforementioned technology pertaining to the mini robot, which is capable of performing multiple tasks at an affordable cost. Arduino Uno R3-Based Robot Control Board will be used to design the robot and. In this paper, we have proposed a surveillance robot with the facility of real-time video streaming, audio transfer, and ability to avoid obstacles in the process. The system will be designed as such to stream the video live to the person monitoring the robot. We have used two Android phones in the proposed method for the purpose of video streaming and audio transfer. An entire new approach for controlling the robot through web page has been used. We have used NodeMCU ESP Module, to incorporate wireless connectivity in the proposed method.


Wi-Fi robot NodeMCU IPCAM app L293D motor driver 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and TelecommunicationDr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technolgical UniversityLonereIndia

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