Women Safety Patrolling Drone Using Machine Learning, IOT and Cloud Computing

G. Theivanathan, N. J. Naresh Kumar, S. Dhanush Kumar, E. S. Navaneethan
2020 Zenodo  
The nation has a dubious rep as a risky destination for solo ladies travelers. Among the tumult of impressions, huge populace, warmth, residue, and noise that new visitors to India must arrangement with, solo ladies travelers likewise need to deal with worries about security. The Government of India accords utmost priority to safety of women in the country. 'The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2018' has been enacted, making the punishment for offences against women. Although government takes
more » ... ns for offences against women, it doesn't prevent before it occurs. The evolution of technologies lead to the huge development in various fields, so such technologies can be used to prevent such offences. One such solution is the women's safety patrolling drone. Drones are allowed to be patrolled all time across the streets. The woman under threat can call the nearby drones using her smart phone. The drone arrives the location as soon as possible to protect her. By this way we can prevent threats against women.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4084464 fatcat:ruyk7d572zcu3hlr76odkljsci