Real Time Locomotory Surveillance Robot Using Raspberry PI and IoT

Authors

  • P. S. Hari Govind Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Universal Knowledge Foundation College of Engineering and Technology, Kollam, India
  • Anand K. Das Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Universal Knowledge Foundation College of Engineering and Technology, Kollam, India
  • Alan Shaji Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Universal Knowledge Foundation College of Engineering and Technology, Kollam, India
  • Amrit Ashok Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Universal Knowledge Foundation College of Engineering and Technology, Kollam, India
  • A. Shahul Hameed Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Universal Knowledge Foundation College of Engineering and Technology, Kollam, India
  • T. Jaya Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Vels Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies, Chennai, India

Keywords:

Raspberry Pi 4, Webcam, Voice assistance, Live streaming

Abstract

Our homes now require more remote monitoring and surveillance than ever before. We want to present a surveillance robot that may be included into any kind of home through this article. A Raspberry Pi 4 Model B computer will serve as the bot's primary controller. The Pi's webcam keeps an eye on the region and notifies users when an incursion or potential intrusion is found. If it's an authorized employee, the voice assistant in the car will begin conversing with them. Only when an unauthorized individual is there will a notification be sent, which will include photos taken by the intruder and start a live feed from the webcam. Through the Internet, camera feeds may be analyzed from anywhere thanks to the Pi's live streaming capabilities. Each user will feel safer using such a system whether they are gone from their home or leaving their children and elderly relatives alone at home.

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Published

05-08-2022

How to Cite

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P. S. H. Govind, A. K. Das, A. Shaji, A. Ashok, A. S. Hameed, and T. Jaya, “Real Time Locomotory Surveillance Robot Using Raspberry PI and IoT”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 7, pp. 134–137, Aug. 2022.

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