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Soldiers Health and Position Tracking System


Vaibhav Gajanan Dange , Prof.Ram Meghe Institute Technology and Research center badnera; Arti Sahebrao Gedam, Prof.Ram Meghe Institute Technology and Research center badnera; Vaishali Vinodrao Bagade, Prof.Ram Meghe Institute Technology and Research center badnera; Ritesh Vilasrao Dolas, Prof.Ram Meghe Institute Technology and Research center badnera


Arduino, LCD Display, GSM, GPS, Various Sensors


In the overall world the security of the nation is depends up on the soldier and so the safety of the soldiers is considered as vital role in it. During enemy war or search operation or surgical strike etc. The soldier is in the war field or battlefield sometimes soldier are injured or die. Concerning the soldiers safety there are many instruments to view their health status as well as to communications with the soldiers. In soldiers security, bio-sensors systems gives different types of small physiological sensors, Biomedical sensor , transmission modules and processing capabilities, and can thus facilitate low-cost wearable unobtrusive solutions for health monitoring. GPS used to log the longitude and latitude so that direction can be known easily. These devices are being added to weapons, firearms, and militaries such as the Israeli an Army which are exploring the possibility of embedding GPS devices into soldiers vests and uniforms so that field commanders can track their soldiers movements in real time. GSM module can be used for effective range of high-speed transmission, short-range and soldier-to-soldier wireless communications that will be required to relay information on situational awareness, tactical instructions, and covert surveillance related data during special operations reconnaissance and other missions .So by using these equipments. We are trying to implement the basic lifeguarding system for soldier in low cost and high reliability.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV8I10121
Published in: Volume : 8, Issue : 1
Publication Date: 01/04/2020
Page(s): 23-27

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