AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFICATION OF WILD ANIMALS AND REDUCTION OF HUMAN-ANIMAL CONFLICTS USING VARIOUS SENSOR
Author’s Name : Ragurama Krishnan M | Sasi kumar S | Syed ali mahadeer A | Bharathidasan S
Volume 05 Issue 01 Year 2018 ISSN No: 2349-2503 Page no: 1- 4
In the earlier days, the forest areas are very huge. Due to deforestation, all the trees are now built as large buildings. As the human population is still increasing, forest areas are going to be completely destroyed. Human-animal conflict in the society is mainly due to the shortage of food for animals. This automated elephant identification system and the repelling methods are used to provide more security for the people to protect their farms and their belongings from wild animals. Our project automatically detects the presence of wild animals at low cost and it has the capability to make the animal to run back to forest. The piezoelectric vibrating sensors are deployed in three layers to identify the presence of wild animals. The first outer layer gives the warning signal to alert the people around that area. Second layer activates the first repelling system to make the wild animals run back to the forest. If the elephant is still moving forward s towards the conserved area, the third layer activates the second repelling system. As the sensors are deployed in a cyclic manner, it can easily divert the wild animals’ attention and there by the huma- elephants conflicts can be avoided.
Arduino Controller, Repelling System, Various Sensors
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