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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44626

WIRELESS CONTROLLED HAND GESTURE BASED BORE WELL VICTIMS RESCUE ROBOT WITH VIDEO STREAMING

S. Malathy,Ms. Jaipriya, Ms. Thenmozhi, Ms. Priyanka

Abstract

Due to drought, more bore wells are drilled on the surface of the earth. When the groundwater gets depleted, the motor and the casing pipe are taken out and the outer cover of the bore is not covered properly in some areas. As a result of this, the children and livestock accidentally fell into it while playing near the bore, which ruined their lives. A little delay in the rescue can cost the child’s life. The normal procedure to rescue the victim is to dig a hole beside the bore well. That processtakes more time and also difficult to rescue the trapped victim. Here, a robotic hand system is proposed which is controlled wirelessly with an embedded glove and servo motors for picking up the child. A telecommunication system will also be attached to the robot for communicating with the child. A pair of Zigbee modules are used for wireless communication between the robotic hand and the embedded glove. By using wireless technology, the process of saving the victim can be done without the fear of damaging the wire. A camera and a light are placed, which will relay the information to the device and the light used are for the light requirement inside the pit. Also, there is a path placed to provide oxygen supply to the child. The previous methodology has a mechanical hand that can move to and fro using a remote controller. In this paper, the robotic hand is gesture-controlled and can replicate user’s hand movements. This robotic hand system can rescue the trapped victim from the bore well within a lesser time.

Keywords

Bore well, Child rescue, Robotic arm, SSR.

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