WILDLIFE TRACKING AND MONITORING SYSTEM
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The international trade of endangered species - from tigers and rhinos to birds and butterflies - is second only to drug trafficking as the biggest source of illicit money worldwide. Wildlife crime syndicates operate all over Asia. As foreign as it may sound, animal theft, especially with endangered species, is quite common Our project and implimentation aims at tracking animals and collecting precious data from the animal by belting the animal. The collar will consist of a GPS receiver which will give us exact location of the animal. Along with this it will also have the presence of three sensors that are temperature sensor, ambient sensor and accelerometer. These details will be then transmitted wirelessly to the base station via static node. The entire details will be presented in a front end of a remote pc using VB.
Along with helping the researchers with the animal’s body parameters, our system additionally has the presence of human sensor placed on the static node which would not be made of any camera system and hence would be robust and low cost. This would thus reduce the rising fatalities in a human animal conflict and also drastically reduce zoo thefts.


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