Smart Monitoring for Soldier Health and Location
American Journal of Embedded Systems and Applications
Volume 5, Issue 6, November 2017, Pages: 48-53
Received: Nov. 27, 2017;
Accepted: Dec. 12, 2017;
Published: Jan. 11, 2018
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Eman Serag, Engineering Department, Canadian Internal College, Cairo, Egypt
Mahmoud Mohamed Ahmed Sayed, Engineering Department, Canadian Internal College, Cairo, Egypt
Mahmoud Hanafy, Engineering Department, Canadian Internal College, Cairo, Egypt
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The people around the world live a safe life due to the sacrifices of the brave soldiers, in order repay the favor, so we must shield them from risks due to they face in the warfare by equipping them with advanced technology. Equipping people especially soldiers to guarantee the security of the state and its stability. Terrorism in a lot area around the world (Sinai Peninsula that is considered one of the dangerous area) is represented threat on people life. This work designed smart monitoring system for soldiers who protecting the homeland so, it is necessary to help them by using smart monitoring system to avoid any terrorist attack or know their places when the abduction of any one of these soldiers. Supply soldier with modern technological devices makes it easy for us to know the health status and their location and this makes the control rooms in the military full-time to monitor the enemy rather than preoccupation with monitoring soldiers. Wireless communications devices play an important role in monitoring the soldiers through the use of the devices Global Positioning System (GPS) system, and also SOS messages that help the soldier to adapt with different situation. All the data collected from the sensors and send to the web server to make analysis also statistics depending on these information Base Stations can make the right decision and send it to the soldier to follow thanks to this smart control system.
GPS, GSM, Heartrate Sensor, Temperature Sensor, Oxygen Sensor, Vibration, Microcontrolle
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Smart Monitoring for Soldier Health and Location, American Journal of Embedded Systems and Applications.
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