LEHER - Low-cost Enhanced Hydro-Navigation System Ensuring Real-time Monitoring Of Ships With The Help Of Raspberry Pi, Rockblock 9603 Satellite Communication Module And A Couple Of Other Sensors



Wrecks are by and large caused because of carelessness in route. As we probably are aware route includes human move in this way mishappen is consistently an opportunity. To decrease this, it is our answer to make a self-governing route-able boat utilizing 'Global Positioning System' support. Latitude and longitude coordinates will allow the boat to decide its precise area on the water body. The coordinates of the destination will be pre-loaded before the flight of the boat. A fanciful way will be resolved between the boat's area and the last area. A magnetometer sensor will be utilized to clarify the geological area of the boat itself to guide the navigation. If there should arise an occurrence of any capricious snag shows up on the radar the boat will be prepared to make an impermanent way to stay away from the deterrent. In the wake of passing the impediment, it will keep on after the recently decided way by following back to the directions that were fixed during setting the last objective directions. The Rockblock 9603 Satellite Communication Module is a special GPS module that can be utilized to send short burst information to the Iridium satellite and back to earth. We will utilize this module to set up a solid association of the boat to the control room. Besides, this module will help us cause the boat to explore independently, with no human intercession.


Raspberry Pi, Magnetometer, Global Positioning System, Satellite Communication, Autonomous Navigation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v12i2.6699


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