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Sensor Based Survival Detection System In Earthquake Disaster Zones


Muhammad Hammad-u-Salam, Shahzad Memon, Lachhman Das, Atta-ur-Rehman, Zahoor Hussain, Raza Hussain Shah, Nisar Ahmed Memon


Vol. 18  No. 5  pp. 46-52


The wireless sensors have great attention since the last decades. The different wireless sensor technology renders several advantages over traditional wireless sensor technology such as removal of complexity, costly wiring system, physical security and large courage area. From the last few years, there have been great interest in the development of various application based on wireless sensor networks which leads to minimize the cost, complexity and security of laying sensor networks. This article describes a proposed design approach for a wireless sensor network based on X2M200 respiration sensor module. The module is used to measure and detect the respiration, movements and heartbeats of the survival in any natural disaster zones. The X2M200 sensor based prototype system is used to detect the alive human being from the under-surface and on-surface of earthquake affected areas. Moreover, the design system is also used to sends an early warning message from the remote zones by using different wireless networks.


Logical Architecture of system, Resilient ICT networks, X2M200 respiration Module, System simulation, Results