A study on wireless recharging and wi-fi controlled domestic surveillance robot with automatic docking

Document Type : Primary Research paper


Nehru Institute of Technology, Kaliyapuram, Coimbatore 6411 05, Tamilnadu, India


A surveillance robot with automatic docking and recharging consists of two sections i.e., warfield section and the control room section, while the latter section consists of Passive IR motion detectors which are typically designed to send a signal to an alarm panel when they detect IR that indicates the object is moving. When the breach indication is received, the alarm panel responds by triggering an alarm condition. PIR motion detectors are normally used in conjunction with different parts of the war field when a person or motor vehicle enters a monitored area. When someone enters a secured area, it immediately sends a signal to the control room section via wireless communication and an alarm signal to the control room. At the same time, the camera continues to capture images at the host location, which are saved to the computer. When the on-board battery runs out, the robot can return to the docking station for recharging. The docking station includes a wireless power transmission induction unit.


Volume 12, Issue 3 - Serial Number 3
ICMMNT-2021 International Virtual Conference on Materials, Manufacturing and Nanotechnology, 30th June, 2021.
June 2021
Pages 554-557