Robot Assisted Emergency Intrusion Detection and Avoidance with a Wireless Sensor Network
In the century of wars with the unseen and many a times undefined enemy, military challenge ranges from active battles to covert operations. The loss of intelligent and trained soldier in military actions is becoming increasingly strategically costlier. Replacement of the human soldier with a mechanical one especially in hostile environments is the failure of military. The paper has contributed towards implementation of robotics in military applications for intrusion detection and avoidance. The sensors will detect any human intrusion in restricted areas and will inform the base station consisting of a microcontroller the zone in which the intruder is present. This microcontroller will communicate with our remote bot consisting of a microcontroller and will give the zone number in which the intrusion took place thus instructing the bot to go and check the intrusion in specified area.
KeywordsRobot assisted military devices
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