TIU Transactions on Inteligent Computing

Night Patrolling Robot For Suspicious Activity Detection

Amruta Amune*, Rohit Agrawal*, Yashashree Shastri*, Syeda Zarah Aiman*, Rutuja Jaykumar Rathi*, Vaishnav uryawanshi*, Sameer Sumbhe*
* Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune , Maharashtra, India


Every human being needs a sense of security. The requirement for security has risen in proportion with the population growth. However, because of a scarcity of resources, effective protection is not possible. It costs a lot of money to get appropriate security that not many can handle or afford. The goal of the study was to find a solution to the issue by developing a system capable of providing strong protection at very low cost when long-term benefits are taken into account. The objective was to design and develop a robot that can travel around and survey the region and inform the command center if anything unusual was found. The system will be controlled manually on the server to find out its workplace's paths. The system is outfitted with a camera so that it can be used to capture built-in live video of the attacker and display it on the server.

Keywords: Night Patrolling, Node MCU, Server