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BORDER SECURITY USING WIRELESS

INTEGRATED NETWORK SENSOR(WINS)

PRESENTED BY:

SAURAV SINGH
OVERVIEW
§ INTRODUCTION
§ WINS SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
§ WINS NODE ARCHITECTURE
§ WINS MICRO SENSORS
§ DISTRIBUTED SENSOR AT BORDER
§ WINS DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
§ CHARACTERSTIC & APPLICATION
§ PACKAGING
§ CONCLUSION
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INTRODUCTION
 Wireless Integrated Network Sensors (WINS) now
provide a new monitoring and control capability for
monitoring the borders of the country.

 Using this concept we can easily identify a stranger or


some terrorists entering the border.

 The border area is divided into number of nodes. Each


 node is in contact with each other and with the main
node.

 The noise produced by the foot-steps of the stranger are


collected using the sensor.
INTRODUCTION(CONT.)

 This sensed signal is then converted into power spectral


density and the compare with reference value of our
convenience.

§ WINS require a microwatt of power so it is very cheaper


than other security system such as Radar and produce
less amount of delay.

 It produce a less amount delay to detect the target.

 It is reasonably faster.

§ On global scale wins will permit monitoring of land ,water


and air resources for environment monitoring
WINS System Architecture
 WINS architecture includes sensor, data converter,
signal processing, and control functions.

 The micro power components operate continuously


for event recognition, while the network interface
operates at low duty cycle.



WINS NODE ARCHITECTURE

§ The WINS node architecture is developed to enable


continuous sensing, event detection, and event
identification at low power.
§ Lower power reliable & efficient network is obtained
 with intelegent sensor nodes that include sensor signal
 processing control wireless interface.

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cla ssifica tio n &


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continuously vigilant operation low-duty cycle operation


WINS NODE ARCHITECTURE(CONT.)
 WINS nodes are distributed at high density in an
environment to be monitored.
 WINS node data is transferred over the asymmetric
wireless link to an end user

WINS MICRO SENSORS
 The detector shown is the thermal detector. It just
captures the harmonic signals produced by the
footsteps of the stranger entering the border.
 These signals are then converted into their PSD
values and are then compared with the
reference values set by the user.

Thermal Infrared Detector


DISRTIBUTED SESOR AT BORDER
DIRIBUTED SENSOR AT BORDER(CONT.)

1.REMBASS(Remotely monitored battle field sensor)

2. UGS(Unattented ground sensor)

3. PIR(passive infrared sensor) motion sensor.

4. Seismic sensor.

5. Accoustic
 .sensor.

6. Image sensor.
WINS DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
§ if a stranger enters the border, his foot-steps will generate
harmonic signals. It can be detected as a characteristic
feature in a signal power spectrum. Thus, a spectrum
analyzer must be implemented in the WINS.
 The spectrum analyzer resolves the WINS input data into
a low-resolution power spectrum.

WINS micropower spectrum


analyzer architecture
WINS characteristics & application

Characteristics::

 Support large numbers of sensor.


 Dense sensor distributions .



 These sensor are also developed to support short
distance RF communication.

 Internet access to sensors, controls and processor.

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APPLICATIONS

q On a global scale, WINS will permit monitoring of land,
water, and air resources for environmental monitoring.

q On a national scale, transportation systems, and borders


will be monitored for efficiency, safety, and security.

q On a local, enterprise scale, WINS will create a
manufacturing information service for cost and quality
control
PACKAGING
 The sensor must be design to minimize the liklihood of
environment effect of wind, rain,snow etc.
 The enclosure is manufacture from clear acrylic material










 Enclosure

CONCLUSION
q Application specific networking architectures .

q Densely distributed sensor networks.


q Development platforms are now available .


q The network is self-monitoring and secure.


q Now it is possible to secure the border with an invisible


wall of thousands or even millions of tiny
interconnected sensors.