The border problem between India-Sri-Lanka mainly arises since they are more close to each other. The most important fact is that the ?Life of fisheries? is in danger. India stands 10th place that is nearly 2.24 million tons yield. This means that their lives are in danger. This leads to loss in the both humans as well as economic incomes. The most recent issue of fishermen of Tamil Nadu being arrested, tortured and killed by the Sri Lanka navy, in order to bring the consciousness and awareness are some reasons for the evolution of this work. The main objective of this system is to avoid such risks and to safe-guard the life of fishermen. This system can be widely used by the fishermen to identify the borders of other countries. It proposes an Arduino Node MCU which is based on wifi-module which is interfaced with GPS that is capable of giving accurate information about the current position of the ship and to navigate the boat when nearing the boundaries. The latitude and longitude are measured and are compared with boundary values. And when the boat reaches near to the border, the motor is cut down. This paper describes an idea to assist the life of fishermen by a system in which if any ship needs help it can communicate with nearer ship by lively monitoring the ship under danger which does not require an internet connection. So that they can be aware, that the boat is nearing to the other country. Satellite communication, VHF transceivers and extension of mobile communication network are the integration of the existing technologies. This system is built for RF range so the problem of losing the message signal while travelling will be reduced.
GPS, Webcam, RF Transmitter and Receiver
A.K. Kavitha , Aiswarya S , Hari Preethi G , Madhumitha K "Intelligent Life Assist Motion Control For Fishermen" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 2 Issue 10 2019 Page 292-295
A.K. Kavitha , Aiswarya S , Hari Preethi G , Madhumitha K "Intelligent Life Assist Motion Control For Fishermen" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 2(10)