Given Algeria's large area, estimated at 2,381,740 km, and its land borders, estimated at 6,385 km., which made unmanned border control mandatory to reduce the deployment of soldiers and protect the country. Robots play an important role in border protection, especially camouflaged robots, which are difficult for the enemy to detect. Camouflage becomes a survival skill for the robot and a defensive technology at the same time. In this paper, we designed a camouflaged robot in the form of the Fennec animal (Desert Fox), which is widely spread in the Algerian desert, based on the Internet of things and powered by solar energy, which is clean renewable energy available in the desert environment in which the robot will live. The features of the proposed model are that Camouflaged and mimics the funk in both its shape and movement, allowing it to move in this environment smoothly and detect intruders, bombs, mines and fires with its camera and sensors. Solar panels are used to provide power to the model with backup storage batteries, the IoT-based Fennec robot is connected by satellite to a military station. The robot sends information in real time and continuously and streaming video, and is equipped with a GPS sensor to determine its location.