Abstract: The basic security demands of a home, whether in a metropolis or a metropolitan zone, continue to be a serious issue. In today's context, establishing a full-featured and reliable model that will accurately send alerts to the destined mode of reference in the event of an intrusion or attempted threat is essential. In this research, we offer a full simulation of an experimental prototype of a wireless sensor network based on infrared sensor technology, with individual nodes strategically and sequentially deployed. The Internet of Things underpins the operation of this system, which includes an ESP32-CAM as a functioning microcontroller. The system shall transmit the recognition to the user through the Blynk application and sound and light alert emission in the specific place where the intrusion is identified, when the suspected intrusion occurs. Because it uses solar energy as a power source, this system is cost effective and reliable, has minimal power consumption, and is environmentally friendly. The system detects human trespass using a PIR-based sensor and sends out warnings as needed.
Keywords: Solar Energy, ESP-32 CAM, PIR sensor, Blynk, Wi-Fi Module, Zigbee, Alert, Simulation.
| DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2021.10716