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Indoor Tracking using Solar Cell Powered System:


TECHNICAL SEMINAR Presentation on

Indoor Tracking using Solar Cell
Powered System
presented by
Samarendra biswal ROLL NO. EE20018149
Under the Guidance of:
MR. SHYMALENDU MOHANTY

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INTRODUCTION
1. what is indoor tracking and out door tracking
2.indoor tracking using wearable sensors
3.indoor tracking using wearless sensors and
solarcell
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Electronics navigation System using Wearable Sensors

The proposed method employs a hybrid position
measurement method: dead-reckoning for relative
measurements and an infrared-based beacon method for
absolute measurements. The prototype system uses a bi-
axial accelerometer, a digital compass, and an infrared
light detector
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Tracking by wearless sensors and solar cell
Components used are
1.removable flexible solar cells
2.peak current detector and transmitter
3.QBIC(belt worn-wearable computers)
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Solar cells
it acts as the light sensors and ambient energy harvesting
device
•peak current detector and transmitter the control circuit
collects the input from peak current detector and decides
when to transmit a pulse.
•its power requirement is 1mw which can be harvested by
solar cell.

QBIC
•it holds the whole electronic map and run the whole tracking
algorithm


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Light source modeling
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Implementations
1. We can deploy this type of system in a shopping mall or
large retail store and implement electronic flyers and
advertisements
2.it can also be used by the law enforcement agencies to
track the culprits
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conclusions
• Irradiance varies over a measurable range indoors
•This variance corresponds to irradiant sources whose
location is fixed.
• Solar cells can be used as a sensor device as well as
an ambient energy-harvesting device.
• Relatively simple electronic components and algorithms
together with existing systems can be used to implement
the proposed system.

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