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OBJECT DETECTION

AND TRACKING ROBOT

OUTLINE INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE BLOCK DIAGRAM ANALOGY APPLICATIONS CONCLUSION REFERENCE .

size can be monitored for tracking the object.  The motion of the robot is controlled by a microcontroller based on the control signals received directly.INTRODUCTIO N  The variation in horizontal and vertical axis of tracked object generate control signal which is send to the controller wirelessly  The captured images of the object are processed using software MATLAB.  The features of the object such as the color. shape.  Depending on the change in position of object.  In our project we use the color information of the object to track the object. . proper commands are given to the robot to track moving object.

making its own decisions while identifying for unwanted behaviors . A robot would be able to travel throughout the regions to be monitored autonomously and continuously. a mobile robot could be used.OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE  The major weakness in surveillance rests on the involvement of human operators. .  The main aim of the object tracking is to track the object based on the information obtained from video sequences. who usually monitor a large number of inputs from cameras.  . To overcome this potential problem.

HARDWARE AND SOTWARE HARDWARE:  MICROCONTROLLER  DC SERVO MOTOR  ZIGBEE MODULE  POWER SUPPLY  DIGITAL CAMERA SOFTWARE:  MATLAB  KIEL COMPILER .

BLOCK DIAGRAM : Robot Mobility Input Image Driver for DC servo motor Camera Robot Control Wireless Interface Microcontroller Zigbee Power Supply Battery backed Image Processing MATLAB .

ANOLOGY  Input Image Phase  Detection of the Object 1: Extracting frames 2: Extracting colour components 3: RGB to grey scale conversion 4: Noise Elimination 5: Elimination of small objects 6: Subtracting background  Object Tracking  Centroid Analysis  Wireless Interface .

.APPLICATIONS  Used in Security and Surveillance applications.  Used for tracking of objects in restricted areas.  Used in speed detection.

CONCLUSION  Using the above hardware and design. the required objective can be achieved.  Other features such as size and shape can also be used for improving the accuracy of tracking and detection. .  Obstacle avoidance mechanisms can be included.

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