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|Title:||Fast response search and rescue robot, assisted low power WSN net for navigation and detection|
|Citation:||Proceedings - 2013 Texas Instruments India Educators' Conference, TIIEC 2013, 2013, Vol., , pp.12-17|
|Abstract:||Our project is a remotely controlled robot capable of surveying disaster situations or act as a security countermeasure. It utilizes a stationary network of passive infrared sensor nodes interconnected through a multi-hop Zig bee network. The sensors are motion sensitive and using regional localization can be used for identifying the location of survivors or intruders based on the situation. The robot is controlled via a Wi-fi link which streams real time video back to the base station. The main processor is a TI Sitara AM335x ARM processor. It also acts as relay for the sensor data. Each node consists of three passive infrared detection circuits each covering a sector of 120 degrees and connects via the TI CC2530 ZNP chip. The raw PIR data is signal conditioned using an LM324 Op-amp. The nodes can be deployed easily due to their compact size. Their low power consumption and low cost makes them ideal for remote areas and can be deployed in large numbers. � 2013 IEEE.|
|Appears in Collections:||2. Conference Papers|
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