ORA Drone Project
ORA is an autonomous drone that follows students as they move around their campuses at night.
It offers a real interaction based on the principle of gamification with its users and allows them to see and to be seen.
In case of aggressions, it is able to notify the police and collect video evidence in real time, alert people around and dazzle the potential aggressor(s).
The aim of ORA is to create a social network of proximity while limiting night insecurities.
Thanks to 3 games available on the app you will never be bored on your journeys.
In case of emergency “ORA” can alert people around with an audible and luminous alert signals.
Moreover, in order to notify immediatly your relatives as well as the police, you will be asked to fill in an emergency form at the opening of the App.
“ORA” is your new night companion!
- 6 wheels and motors
- Mechanical arm
- Axe for tilting the wheels
- Shell : LED display
- Two 180° cameras
- Video projector
- Arduino Card
IN CASE OF VANDLISM
1 - If the drone is vandalized and turned over on its back, it will be able to stand upright again.
To do so, it would use the crutch located on its hull.
When the stand is deployed, it gives an impulse from the ground upwards, so it returns to its wheels. The adherent part of the strip will give the drone the possibility to straighten up if the surface is too smooth or slippery.
2 - The UAV’s hull has been designed in a solid and smooth metal to facilitate cleaning in case of damage such as graffiti.
3 - The hull is also equipped with sharp edges at the projectors to dissuade any malicious person from sitting on the UAV.
The Ora logo represents the shape of the drone. Its strength resides in the mechanism that controls its 6 wheels, we have highlighted the double mechanical arm with the pink part and the rear wheel in green. The body of our drone being the blue circle, it could as well be representative of the protective ora that our drone propagates when it accompanies the user.
A mobile application that allows us to call a drone in order to escort us safely. Possibility to manage games via a Bluetooth connection
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