Child Rescue System from Open Borewell Using Embedded System

M. Susaritha, Dr.N. Sasirekha, S. Meena, K. Nandhini and V. Dharshini

In our country, we often hear some news like a child have struck in an abandoned borewell. These abandoned borewells take up the lives of many innocent infants. There is a lot of risks involved in rescuing a child from open borewells. They require large machines and man power. The major problem in rescuing the child is the time taken. One of the solutions is to dig a hole parallel to the borewell in which the child is struck and connecting them both. This method takes a lot of time and involves large manpower and heavy risk. The proposed system consists of the PIC microcontroller, keypad, driver circuit, temperature sensor, humidity sensor, PIR sensor, DC motor, wireless camera to rescue a child from the borewell. With the help of these equipment, the child can be easily monitored and rescued safely.

Volume 12 | 05-Special Issue

Pages: 920-925

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP5/20201836