Real-time monitoring of temperature has become crucial in cases like server room, incubators of infants in hospitals, coal mines, green houses etc. In all these cases we prefer a temperature sensor which ensures user's safety, proper alarming conditions, be simple to use (user friendly), easy calibrations, small and light weight, inexpensive and effective. The aim of this system is to provide an effective alert mechanism when the temperature of the scenario goes beyond a critical value. The temperature change in each instant of the surrounding is fed into the database and here it is processed by the pc, which monitors it. Then if the parameter goes beyond a critical value, which can be calibrated initially, an alarm is turned on in the room to give a primary warning to the person in-charge of the locality. If there is no adequate response and the temperature is allowed to rise, an SMS (Short Message Service) notification is given via wireless modem to the responsible person. An emergency call is also made to the responsible person via the wireless modem and a recorded voice is played. This way the alert mechanism reaches effectively to the concerned. © 2010 IEEE.
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Rajesh Kannan Megalingam, Radhakrishnan, V., Unnikrishnan, D. K. M., Jacob, D. C., and Sudhakaran, A. K., “Autonomous smart server guard for advanced safety measure using wireless mobile technology”, in ICMET 2010 - 2010 International Conference on Mechanical and Electrical Technology, Proceedings, Singapore, 2010, pp. 654-658.