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Land Mine Data Collection System


Gaurav Aher , Atharva College Of Engineering; Gaurav Aher, Atharva College Of Engineering; Ajinkya Datalkar, Atharva College Of Engineering; Prof. Ritu Sharma, Atharva College Of Engineering


Surveillance, Military, Army, Landmine, Military Data, Wifi, Detection, Temperature Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Barometer, GPS, TCP Mobile, Touch Module


With the advancements in the Military technology and increasing tensions among the neighboring nations, It has become very-very important to keep track of even the smallest movements of the enemies. Land mines are laid across the border so that in an event of infiltration the enemies are stopped from entering at the border itself. However these landmines before explosion, can be used for collection of several critical data. This is important because in an event of explosion, our soldiers have to go on site of and verify the cause of explosion. Moreover when a mine blast occurs there is no system that notifies the troops about the occurrence of blast, they are completely relied upon their primary senses such as sight, hearing, etc. Other indication may be smoke in the area, etc. This system collects foremost information such the time at which the blast occurred, the weight on the land mine at the time of blast, temperature in the region, climate change such as rainfall or earthquakes, determines the direction in which the person, vehicle, convoy, was moving at the time of the blast. This not only helps us determine what caused the Mine blast but also tells us about the weather conditions in that area, this helps our soldiers to be ready before entering the area!

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I21036
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2018
Page(s): 1495-1497

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