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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Human Tracking System In A Certain Area Based On Iot Application

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AUTHOR(S)

Daniel Patricko Hutabarat, Robby Saleh

 

KEYWORDS

Android Smartphone; GPS; IP Camera; RFID; Human Tracking, Monitoring System, IoT Application

 

ABSTRACT

This research is a development of previous research that was successfully published in early 2017. The research was continued by combining RFID, GPS, IP Camera and a smartpone android in order to build human tracking and monitoring system. All the item are connected to each other by Wi-Fi and will convey data to a station pc in the control room. Theme park as the location for deploying the system is the large area, consist of many indoors and outdoors playground and can be visited up to 4000 people/day. Human tracking and monitoring system is important for people who visit theme park, it help visitors to locate the position of their families, friends and relatives who are separated. The tracking system that is built using RFID and GPS works properly with 100% accuracy of indoor tracking and 3.27 meters erorrs for the outdoor tracking while the monitoring system that is built using IP camera and android smartphone also works properly with 100% accuracy in plotting the location of the object tracked to the map and 100% correctly choose active IP Cameras that is nearest to the object tracked. Thus this human tracking and monitoring system is suitable to track and monitor the human position for both indoor and outdoor especially in a theme park.

 

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