VISITOR COUNTER TO ENSURE SOCIAL DISTANCING IN PUBLIC GATHERINGS

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VISITOR COUNTER TO ENSURE SOCIAL DISTANCING IN PUBLIC GATHERINGS.

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contents. ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES COMPONENTS BLOCK DIAGRAM CIRCUIT DIAGRAM SOFTWARE PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION WORKING MODEL APPLICATIONS ADVANTAGES & DISADVANTAGES CONCLUSION REFERENCES.

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abstract. It is obvious that any individual cannot manually keep track of people entering/leaving a room, seminar hall or any other public place easily and it would become tedious to sit and count one after the other person. This project helps to keep a check on number of people automatically using arduino and it displays the count once the sensor detects a person entering or leaving the place. It would be completely difficult for us to keep ourselves restricted to home and get things done in this pandemic, so is it important for us to maintain social distancing. In order to ensure social distancing, a limit can be set depending upon the number of people that can be accommodated in the room and once when the limit is reached, an indication is given. This indication specifies that allowing more number of people inside may not be safe and there won’t be proper distancing if the people count exceeds the limit that was set previously..

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INTRODUCTION. Visitor counter can be used at the entrance of the room to count the number of people entering or leaving the room. Visitor counter allows us to keep a count of the people in auditorium, hall, classroom, offices, malls, sports venue etc. The Arduino guests counter in this project, will help us in keeping up with the quantity of individuals who go all through a venue or a shop it and thus help to keep up with social distancing and lessen the transmission of Coronavirus. The project can be utilized for social distancing to keep a separation among individuals and ensure that there's not an excess of group. The second is crowd management, that even without COVID having such a large number of individuals inside premises is not beneficial. Thus, crowd management is another utilization ..

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objectives. The primary objective is to number of people entering and leaving from a venue with greater accuracy. To ensure social distancing inorder to contain the spread of corona virus. To make sure that,track of people is maintained properly (automatically using sensors) without any manual intervention..

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COMPONENTS. Arduino UNO Resistors IR sensor module 16X2 LCD display Bread board Jumper wires Piezo electric sensor LED.

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BLOCK DIAGRAM.

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Circuit diagram. 16X2 LCD DISPLAY ARDUINO UNO PIEZOELECTRIC SENSOR IR SENSOR 1 WN91S w: IR SENSOR 2.

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Software program. #include < LiquidCrystal.h > // LiquidCrystal.h library is included to interface lcd int Contrast=75; //contrast of lcd display is set #define in 8 //declaring a variable to interface it at digital pin 8 #define out 9 //declaring a variable at digital pin 9 #define led 10 //declaring a variable at digital pin 10 int sensor1 = A2; //declaring variable at analog pin A2 int count=0; int person_limit = 25; int threshold1 = 100; LiquidCrystal lcd(12, 11, 5, 4, 3, 2); //declaring lcd pin numbers that are to be used.

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Software program. void setup().

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Software program. void loop() }.

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Software program. if( out_value == LOW) //check if the input of ir sensor2 is active low }.

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Software program. if(count==0) /*if count is zero else if(count == person_limit ) /*if count is equal to the.

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Software program. else if(count > person_limit ) }.

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implementation. IR sensor continuously senses the presence of persons / objects.(senses entry and exit of persons/objects). To make sure that only persons are detected and not the objects, piezo electric sensors are used to correctly sense the people. When IR sensor 1 detects something, only if the piezo electric sensor is detected, the count gets increased and will be displayed on the LCD screen, making sure that whatever is detected by IR sensor is a person and not an object. Similarly, when sensor 2 detects something leaving the room, only when piezo electric sensor is detected, count gets decreased and finally number of people present in the room will be displayed. Initially a count is fixed and the current number of visitors is compared with the fixed number to check whether limit is reached in order to ensure social distancing. If the limit is reached, an LED glows which gives us an alert and the same is displayed on LCD..

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Working model.

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Working model. -1.

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Applications. Circuit can be used in classrooms, auditorium, libraries, community halls etc In better traffic management For electricity conservation In factories, on conveyor belts In attendance management.

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Advantages & disadvantages. Advantages Low cost , easy to code Counts two persons entering or leaving simultaneously Greater accuracy The circuit can be easily operated and it is not as complex as a microcontroller Disadvantages The circuit cannot detect when one person is entering and the other person is leaving simultaneously. Sensors used in the circuit have some minor disadvantages i.e IR sensor has limited range and the piezo electric sensor is temperature sensitive ..

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PROPOSED CONCLUSION. Visitor counter can keep a check on number of people depending upon the sensing action. In order to follow covid protocols and maintain social distancing it is important to restrict number of people in public gatherings(seminar halls, mess, class rooms, offices etc) and this can be achieved through this project..

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REFERENCES. Mohana Prasad, K., et al. “Industrial Automation with Bidirectional Visitor Counter.” IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, IOP Publishing, Oct. 2019, p. 012012. Crossref , doi:10.1088/1757-899x/590/1/012012. J. W. Choi , X. Quan and S. H. Cho, "Bi-Directional Passing People Counting System Based on IR-UWB Radar Sensors,"in IEEE Internet of Things Journal, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 512-522,April 2018, doi : 10.1109/JIOT.2017.2714181..

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