4G Cellular Trespasser Detection System for Farms

There is a strong demand for effective means to detect and record trespass activities onto farm properties, which cost the agriculture industry many hundreds of millions of dollars each year. The goal of the project is to design and develop a trespasser detection system based on the presence of a human being carrying a cell phone. The detection system can be used to surveil farm premises in order to detect and immediately report the presence of any person illegally entering/trespassing on agricultural properties. It will be a very solid addition to Be Seen Be Safe Ltd, the partner organization’s expanding portfolio of offerings to the agricultural community in the biosecurity and farm security space in Canada.

Faculty Supervisor:

Xiaodong Lin


Le Wang


Be Seen Be Safe Ltd


Computer science




University of Guelph



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