Review of Border Surveillance Smart Sensor Design Scheduling for Multiple Target Tracking

Author(s): J. Salai Thillai Thilagam*, B. S. Surendhar, T. Swathipriya and V. Anudeep

This paper aims to design a next generation intelligent ultra-small system dust like wireless sensor motes which has a processor with many sensors onboard, to track any enemy intrusion across borders and battlefields. Large Smart dust motes can be used within a specified large area in a short hours by human. The motes can be formed as a small deployable network. The mote network track the intrusion detection and classifies the intrusion into vehicles or individuals and groups. Onboard hardware includes vibration sensors, seismic sensors, magnetic sensors, acoustic and thermal signature recognition sensor, and a microcontroller for processing these sensor values. A radio transceiver is used for communication over a wireless network. The system process the sensor readings, and the targets were classified. The following history can be showed in the Liquid Crystal display attached to the central monitoring unit. The central monitoring node is the main parent node in a peer to peer wireless network. The system dust motes do communication with central parent node using wireless radio network. The greatest threat to national security is border crossing terrorism. Regular forces or even satellites in these border areas cannot be monitored these terrorist intrusions as the tracked area is quite large and dense. This paper provides an innovative and effective solution for the above problem.

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