Detection of the Use of Mask to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 Using SVM, Haar Cascade Classifier, and Robot Arm
Keywords:Mask, COVID-19, MyCobot-Pi, SVM, Haar Cascade Classifier, Raspberry Pi
In the effort to hold up the case spread of COVID-19’s growth rate by implementing health protocols such as the use of masks, supervision is needed especially for the people who have not or still have problems to wearing masks. In this research, the system utilizes the robotic power to identify visitors whether they are wearing masks or not, and automatically distribute masks if the user is detected as not wearing a mask. The user face detection process uses the Haar Cascade Classifier algorithm and SVM (Support Vector Machine) to classify users who wear masks or not. For the user who is detected as not wearing masks, myCobot-Pi with the support of suction pump will distribute masks to users. The use of myCobot-Pi as a raspberry pi based robotic arm allows the application of the system on devices that are minimal in terms of specifications and size. Through trials by taking 41 examples of detection cases, 29 cases were found that managed to detect the correct use of masks. In addition, in this study we use PP sheet plastic protector to replace the packaging of the mask because it can be carried by the suction pump properly.
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