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Volume 2 Issue 5 May 2015 Edition

INTELLIGENT ANALYSIS OF CRIME DATA ON CLOUD
YATISH DAMODARE, VINAYAK GAIKWAD, RANI KOBAL
pp 108-110
Abstract: Cloud computing promises to significantly change the way we use computers and access and store our personal and business information with these new computing and communications, paradigms arise new data security challenges. The latest technological developments contributed significantly towards modernization, at the same time increased the concern about the security issues. These technologies have hindered the effective analysis about the criminals. In many countries the amount of crime incidents that is reported per day is increasing dramatically. Concerning about Sri Lanka, The department of Police is the major organization of preventing crimes. police departments is to protect the lives and property of citizens. Any act that causes loss of lives and harms people is called as crime. Crime analysis, a part of criminology, is a task that include exploring and detecting crimes and their relationships with criminals. Presently there are several crime analysis tools available in the market. This paper highlights Store the crime and criminal data on cloud use the salesforce.com platform. The aim of this project to analyse the crime and criminal data. All existing crime and criminal information easily available the police department. Then comparing the previous and present crime information police department identify the criminal a s soon as possible. In order to identify most possible suspects for a particular misdeed the system identifies a pattern of committing the current crime and then matches it with the patterns of committing crimes by existing criminals/ suspects.
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MISSION SYSTEM FOR MICRO AERIAL VEHICLE USING AM3358ZCZ PROCESSOR
NAGARAJ E KOPPAD, MR.GAVISIDDAPPA
pp 111-115
Abstract: In this project is to design and development of mission system to monitor the flight dynamics like the orientation, angular position, earth’s magnetic field and the altitude of the MAV. The pressure sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer are the sensors interfaced to the Beagle Bone Black board with the AM3358ZCZ processor for controlling the 3-axes parameters of the MAVs. The Mission System helps to track various parameters such as temperature, pressure, altitude, acceleration, angular velocity and direction. These parameters are fed to the onboard computer. The onboard computer also has a data link to a ground station from where the user sends commands to the MAV. Based on these commands and the data collected the MAV flies and complete its mission.