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A Novel Smart Tag-Based Vigilance System for Human Against Wildlife Threats on Iot

Andril Alagusabai; T.ShivaPrakash; N.P.Gopika

Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

India has 1.37 billion people and still the population is growing, therefore government is putting immense pressure on land to build homes and factories irrespective to wild inhabitants. Also, government in the process of taking endless effort in aspiration for economic growth of country by rushing through projects, sometimes without proper safeguards and deforestation. Deforestation and urbanisation are becoming a major concern. Which in turn results, human wildlife conflicts. This is a matter of serious alarm in balancing the competition for land between people and animals. Due to the above-mentioned reason the tribal people who dwell in and around the forest area suffer from the human and wild animal conflicts. The occurrence is mainly due to the unawareness of their migration of animal inhabitants in and around the living area due to scarcity of food and water. It has been visualized and propounded as an idea towards the people who dwell in the tribal forest areas, and encounter such kind of human wild life conflict problems through the articles in daily news. It’s a major problem to be concerned, because this conflict has led to the extinction, reduction of numerous species, uncountable human deaths and economic losses. Recent advances in our understanding of conflict have led to a growing number of positive conservation but unfortunately with technology gaps.

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