SMARISA: A Raspberry Pi based Smart Ring for Women Safety Using IoT
Every day, every woman, young girls, mothers and women from all walks of life are struggling to be safe and protect themselves from the roving gaze of the horribly insensitive men who molest, assault and violate the dignity of women on a daily basis. The streets, public transport, public places in particular have become the dominion of the hunters. Due to these atrocities that women are subjected to in the present scenario, a smart security wearable device for women based on Internet of Things is proposed. It is implemented in the form of a smart ring (SMARISA) and comprises of Raspberry Pi Zero, Raspberry Pi camera, buzzer and button to activate the services. This device is extremely portable and can be activated by the victim on being assaulted just by the click of a button that will fetch her current location and also capture the image of the attacker via Raspberry Pi camera. The location and the link of the image captured will be sent to predefined emergency contact numbers or police via smart phone of the victim thus preventing the use of additional hardware devices/modules and making the device compact.
Internet of Things, Women Safety, Computer Networking, Smart Ring, Raspberry Pi, Mobile Application