Wireless Emergency Response System for Town Planning and Public Sector using Smart Card/UID Card

Anand Singhai, Rashmi A Jain, Siddharth Jain


Wireless communications is one of the most lively areas
of technology development of our time. This improvement is being
driven mostly by the conversion of what has been largely a medium
for supporting voice telephony into a intermediate for supporting
other services, for instance the transmission of video, images, text,
and data. Thus, similar to the developments in wire line ability in
the 1990s, the demand for latest wireless capacity is growing at a
very rapid pace. Demands for additional wire line capacity can be
fulfilled mostly with the addition of new personal infrastructure,
such as supplementary optical fiber, routers, switches, and so on. On
the other hand, the conventional resources that have been used to
add capability to wireless systems are radio bandwidth and
transmitter power. We aim to design a fully automated wireless
electronic system to provide instant service to the people needing
help regarding Police, Doctor, Fire Brigade, Ambulance and
electricity board. In situations like Fire accidents and Gas leakage
emergencies, quick conveyance of information is needed. This
system provides a cost-effective automation for automating Fire
Alarm System, Gas leakage detection system, Temperature
monitoring, Theft alarm System and Device control. It too ensures
that the authorities concerned are informed immediately with initial
safety measures. As in India the corruption rate is high, there is a
require to curb it. There are two main ways to curb corruption in any
country. One is towards bringing ethical and moral values that stops
any human being to follow the corruption path. Other approach
would be towards creating barriers that avert public from following
corruption path. Ideal solution will be ethical one but it is a longterm
approach and will require considerable time to see the change.
So we have proposed to design a system, which will provide help as
well as reduce the rate of corruption to a great extent.

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