Internet of Things Based High Security Border Surveillance Strategy

Asian Journal of Applied Science and Technology (AJAST) Volume 3, Issue 2, Pages 94-100, April -June 2019

7 Pages Posted: 11 Jun 2019

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R Karthick

Sethu Institute of Technology

A.Manoj Prabaharan

Sethu Institute of Technology

P. Selvaprasanth

Sethu Institute of Technology

Date Written: May 24, 2019

Abstract

Wireless sensor nodes are aimed at working within several scenarios, including surveillance, target acquisition, situation awareness, and chemical,biological, radiological, and nuclear early warning. WSN’s are in the domain of object detection, recognition, and tracking and a very challenging task is designing distributed video systems within the tight power budget. To support these capabilities, it is now necessary to develop new architectures and design concepts that offer multimodal sensing without sacrificing the attractive low size, weight, and power capability offered by the conventional motes. The key advantage of WSNs is the ability to bridge the gap between physical and logical world by collecting and sending useful information to devices that have the computational resources to process it.

Keywords: Wireless Sensor Networks, IoT, Novel Security

Suggested Citation

Karthick, R and Prabaharan, A.Manoj and Selvaprasanth, P., Internet of Things Based High Security Border Surveillance Strategy (May 24, 2019). Asian Journal of Applied Science and Technology (AJAST) Volume 3, Issue 2, Pages 94-100, April -June 2019 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3394082

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A.Manoj Prabaharan

Sethu Institute of Technology

Kariapatti
Tamil Nadu
India

P. Selvaprasanth

Sethu Institute of Technology

Kariapatti
Tamil Nadu
India

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