Double-pulse stand-off explosive vapour detection system for flexible perilous materials Online publication date: Fri, 03-Jul-2020
by M.B. Muthukumaresan; S. Sakthivel
International Journal of Computer Aided Engineering and Technology (IJCAET), Vol. 13, No. 1/2, 2020
Abstract: The paper presents the analyses of explosive material sensors. Sensors are described and assigned to the X and radiation, optical radiation sensors, as well as detectors applied in gas chromatography, electrochemical and chemical sensors. Furthermore, neutron techniques and magnetic resonance devices were analysed; the particular attention of the optoelectronic sensors of explosive devices. These robots used in the military applications employed with the integrated system, including video screens, sensors, gripper and cameras. The fighting robots also have different shapes according to the purposes of each robot. Here, the new system is proposed with the help of low power Zigbee wireless sensor network to trace out the intruders (unknown persons) and the robot will take the necessary action automatically. Thus, the proposed system, an intelligent unmanned robot (IUR) using Zigbee saves human life and reduces manual error in defence side. The specially designed robotic system to preserve human life and protects the country from enemies.
Online publication date: Fri, 03-Jul-2020
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