Missile Tracking And Detection System By Using IoT Technology

POTTI NARSIMULU, S RAVI KUMAR

Abstract


Millions of landmines are buried underneath the soil in tens of nations, waiting to harm innocent humans. That's why hundreds of companies around the world participate in demining process. Typical demining is a really hazardous and also risky operation, where recognizing the setting of hidden mines is one of the most dangerous of all remaining steps. For this, a number of investigates were performed in order to lower this danger, and also a number of technologies exist. We intend here to introduce a system that eliminates the requirement for people in the mine field by replacing them with a from another location regulated detection car. This automobile will certainly be linked wirelessly to a base station situated at a safe range from the threat zone. Doing so, this system will help in saving lives, lowering expenses and also improve efficiency in the mine discovery process. The GSM innovation made use of to transfer and also receive information permits remotely operating the system within a great range. Voice ran robotic is made use of for one moving object is created such that it is moved according to commands are offered by the voice recognition module which command is gotten by robot and also robot is matched the offered command with saved program and after that set the command as per voice using wireless communication.


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