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  1. 1. I-MOUSE PRESENTED BY: G.SWAPNA V.LAKSHMI ANUSHA T.HIMA BINDU
  2. 2. Points to be covered • INTRODUCTION • WHAT IS IMOUSE….? • WHAT IS WSN • APPLICATIONS OF WSN • ARCHITECTURE • STATIC SENSOR • HOW THE STATIC SENSOR WORKS • MOBILE SENSOR • EXISTING SYSTEM • PROPOSED SYSTEM • CONCLUSION
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION > The remarkable advances of micro sensing micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) and wireless communication technologies have promoted the development of wireless sensor networks. A WSN consists of many sensor nodes densely deployed in a field, each able to collect environmental information .  > WSNs provide an inexpensive and convenient way to monitor physical environments. With their environment-sensing capability, WSNs can enrich human life in applications such as healthcare, building monitoring, and home security.
  4. 4. WHAT IS IMOUSE…?  > Incorporating the environment sensing capability of wireless sensor networks into video based surveillance systems can provide advanced services at a lower cost than traditional surveillance systems . > The integrated mobile surveillance and wireless sensor system (iMouse)use static and mobile wireless sensors to detect and then analyze unusual events in the environment.
  5. 5. WHAT IS WSN…?  >A wireless sensor network (WSN) is a wireless network consisting of spatially distributed autonomous devices using sensors to cooperatively monitor physical or environmental conditions, such as temperature, sound, vibration, pressure, motion or pollutants, at different locations.
  6. 6. APPLICATIONS OF WSN  The applications for WSNs are many and varied. They are used in commercial and industrial applications to monitor data that would be difficult or expensive to monitor using wired sensors.  >Monitoring(habitat monitoring)  >controlling(nuclear reactor ontrolling)  >tracking(object tracking)  >fire detection  >traffic monitoring
  7. 7. ARCHITECTURE The three main components of the iMouse system architecture are: Static sensors Mobile sensors External server.
  8. 8. STATIC SENSORS  >Static sensors forms a WSN to monitor and notify to server of unusual events.The sensing board can collect three types of data: light,sound,temperature.  >An event occurs when the sensor input is higher or lower than a predefined threshold.  >Sensors can combine inputs to define a new event.  For example, a sensor can interpret a combination of light and temperature readings as a potential fire emergency.  > To detect an explosion, a sensor can use a combination of temperature and sound readings
  9. 9. HOW THE STATIC SENSOR WORKS…
  10. 10. MOBILE SENSORS
  11. 11. BENEFITS OF IMOUSE  >It provides online real time monitoring.  >The more expensive mobile sensors are dispatched to the event locations.  >They don’t need to cover the whole sensing field, so only a small number of them are required.  >Recent advances in wireless communications and MEMS technologies have made WSN possible.
  12. 12. EXISTING SYSTEM  >Traditional visual surveillance systems continuously videotape scenes to capture transient or suspicious objects.  >Robots or cameras installed on walls identify obstacles or humans in the environment  >Some researchers use static WSNs for object tracking. These systems assume that objects can emit signals that sensors can track.  >Researchers have also proposed mobilizers to move sensors to enhance coverage of the sensing field and to strengthen the network connectivity.
  13. 13. PROPOSED SYSTEM  >The proposed iMouse system combines two areas, WSN and surveillance technology, to support intelligent mobile surveillance services.  >On one hand, the mobile sensors can help improve the weakness of traditional WSN.  >On the other hand, the WSN provides context awareness and intelligence to the surveillance system.  >WSN’s status and control includes Config, Command, Status, Control, Monitoring and Log areas. The Config area is to input configuration information, such as mobile sensors’ IP addresses, ports, sensors’ positions,etc.
  14. 14. CONCLUSION  >With iMouse we can implement WSN which can detect any event at a desired position in sensing field without human interaction directly.  > By this we can implement low cost based surveillance system which is user friendly and easily recognises places in any real world system.

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