Publication Type:

Conference Paper


2016 6th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering, WCSE 2016, International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering (WCSE) (2016)





Design and simulation, FM transceivers, human-elephant conflicts, Image processing, Infrared detectors, Intrusion, Intrusion detection, Intrusion Detection Systems, IR sensor, Large-scale monitoring, Mercury (metal), Microphones, Processing, Radio transceivers, Real-time detection, Signal detection, Signal processing, Transceivers, Wireless sensor networks


Due to the increase in the population, human settlement is extending to forest border areas, causing conflicts between elephants and humans, leading to loss of life and property. Hence, large scale monitoring is required for real- Time detection and warning of elephant intrusion into human settlements. Existing solutions using seismic waves, image processing, etc. are costly solutions for large scale monitoring. The project aims at developing an affordable solution for large-scale monitoring and early warning of elephant intrusion. In this work, architecture for elephant intrusion detection using wireless sensor networks is proposed and also a low cost sensor system has been designed and developed after selecting the appropriate sensors for monitoring. After analysing the existing signal processing methods, the most suitable technique for real- Time detection of elephants is chosen and simulated. A two level detection system using microphones and IR sensors is used for monitoring the scenario and sound data is sent using FM transceivers to a PC

Cite this Research Publication

A. Singh, Dr. Maneesha V. Ramesh, and Divya P., “Design and Simulation of Elephant Intrusion Detection System”, in 2016 6th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering, WCSE 2016, 2016.