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Globally Control Robot for Surveillance


  • Department of Electronics and Communication, SRM University, 100 Feet Road, Vadapalani, Chennai - 600026, Tamil Nadu, India


Objective: This paper mainly deals with controlling the robot using internet and camera is used for monitoring purpose. Methods/Analysis: Surveillance robots can be operated either by PC or mobile. The main purpose of the paper is to monitor surroundings by controlling a robot by user over a wide range which can be obtained by using mobile connecting to the internet. Findings: This paper uses raspberry pi 2 to make a robot which minimizes the wiring. Raspberry pi 2 implemented robots can be operated with in a hotspot range using mobile without internet facility. To increase the range, it is necessary to connect the mobile with internet. When it is connected to the internet, the robots can be controlled by human operator over a large distance. Novelty/Improvements: Wide range and large distance coverage can be obtained by using this method.


Internet, Surveillance Camera, System on Chip.

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