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Sangeetha R. C., *Subha Varshini R., Vaishnavi R., Vijayalakshmi A. and Renown Manjuna G.


Demining is the process of detecting and removing land mines from a mined area. Uncleared landmines present a major humanitarian and economic threat in several countries, so it is necessary to find and remove it. The existing system detects the landmines from a certain distance by interfacing mobile application with the robot using bluetooth technology and it cannot detect the presence of toxic gases in the war field. The proposed system uses IOT technology and the robot Can be operated from a long distance Here a metal detector is mounted on a robot with a wheel and it also has a gas sensor which will detect the toxic gases present in the surroundings. The robot sends the information about the presence of landmines and toxic gases along with its location to military people via mobile application and the robot can also work autonomously with minimal or without human intervention thus reducing the risks of human injury and fatality to a great extent.

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