IOT enabled Cloud based application for Air Quality Monitoring System-“O2 TOCSIN”

A, Kalyani and M, Subathra and E, NandhaKumar (2021) IOT enabled Cloud based application for Air Quality Monitoring System-“O2 TOCSIN”. In: ICCAP 2021, 7-8 December 2021, Chennai, India.

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Abstract

In recent years, the focus on environmental pollution has increased. In order to have continuous monitoring of the air in the biosphere several research have been done and many sensor based systems have been tested. Most of these kind of systems use the sensors to sense the data and the system will transfer the data to the user applications. In order to provide limited data, the sensor data is processed in GCloud. The proposed system “Oxygen tocsin” is developed to measure the oxygen level in the air. The tocsin is an alarm like system that beeps or notifies the server whenever there is an oxygen deficient (atmosphere that contains oxygen less than 19.5 percent) or high level of carbon monoxide, nitrogen, etc., which are all the poisonous gases considered to be unsafe for breathing. If the human body inhales this oxygen, the red blood cells might get poisonous because of these extra gases. The server connected to all the devices displays the percentage of oxygen in the air and alerts the people to move to the safe places. This proposed work can mainly help the workers in the chemical industries which use more toxic gases like phosgene, nitrogen dioxide, chlorine, etc. This device can also be used in mining industries such as gold, coal, ore, etc. Thus, people working in those industries will be indicated when there is an oxygen deficiency. The proposed system is to measure the oxygen saturation in the air and notify the server.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: oxygen tocsin iot cloud pm sensor gcloud iot
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 29 Mar 2022 08:02
Last Modified: 29 Mar 2022 08:02
URI: https://eprints.eudl.eu/id/eprint/9780

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