IJMTES – A NOVEL SYSTEM TO DETECT THE HUMAN BEING BURRIED UNDER RUBBLE USING PIR SENSOR

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : D Prabakaran | M Kamaladevi | V Keerthana  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 04 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 45-46

Abstract – Disasters like earthquakes, tsunami, bomb explosion and floods often cause loss of precious human lives. During such emergency situations, and especially in urban disasters, in order to prevent loss of life and property, various essential services like policemen, fire fighters and medical assistance etc, are deployed. Rescue operations are performed mostly by human and trained dogs, often in very dangerous and risky conditions. Hence, to make the rescue operation more safe and effective, mobile robots have been proposed which detect alive human beings and wirelessly communicate with the rescue team. This work aims to develop an economical kit, which works using PIR sensor etc. It can be used in areas where rescue is needed. The stick senses the human body temperature using PIR sensor and alarm/indicator indicates the signal when it detects alive body and the message is displayed in LCD.

Keywords— PIR Sensor, Atmel Microcontroller, Relay Circuit, LCD 

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