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Scaring Animals using Assembler Language

Pavithra. M. H | Nivetha. R | Haritha. M | Sandra Karunya | Madhan Gopi


Pavithra. M. H | Nivetha. R | Haritha. M | Sandra Karunya | Madhan Gopi "Scaring Animals using Assembler Language" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3, April 2018, pp.1629-1633, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11446.pdf

Human-Wild animal conflict is the major problem in the forest borders with large wild animal herds. Human conflicts with wild animals often occur, along with the narrowing of the wild animal habitat due to industrial and residential interests. The negative impacts of human wild animal conflict is on a large scale slaughter of wild animals. This problem which leads to crop damage, human death and injuries caused by wild animals, and wild animals being killed by humans. Wild animal Intrusion has been on the rise in the forest border areas with herds of wild animals straying into human habitation and creating a great loss to their properties. The surveillance and tracking of wild animals are difficult due to their size and nature of movement. Prevention system for indications of human wild animal conflict is absolutely necessary. So an intelligent electronics system is necessary which can be affixed to avoid the human-wild animal conflicts. In this paper, an automated system to detect the intrusion of wild animals into the human habitat in forest borders is proposed. Basic idea behind this work is to generate the sound signal which can be inaudible to human and irritating for wild animal. Such instrument can be mounted on forest borders so that wild animal herds will go back into the forest. The proposed is very efficient with good computation power and low cost.

animal prevention system, shape and texture, camera, video and sound processing

Volume-2 | Issue-3, April 2018
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