Maritime Boundary Protection System Using Floating Station IJTSRD
The Island like Sri Lanka, peninsula like India and the coastal countries are separated by their maritime borders. The people livelihood in coastal area of those countries purely depends on fishing occupation in the sea. The sea border between two countries is not easily identifiable, which is the main reason for this cross border cruelty. The main objective of this system is to help the fishermen to navigate inside our maritime country border. For this we are constructing a Floating Station uses Hybrid power which is placed in the countries border. If a fisherman navigates beyond the country’s border, an alarm is generated indicating that the fisherman is nearing the border. Along with this we are using RSSI for identification of boat. Additionally a message transmitter is interfaced with this device to send a message in the encoded form to base station indicating that a vessel has crossed the border using IoT. Thus guards can assist and provide additional help to those fishermen if needed.
by Reshma. R | Roslin Priyadharshini. G | Vishnupriya. P | Kapila Vani. R. K”Maritime Boundary Protection System Using Floating Station”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018,
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