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User Configurable and Portable Air Pollution monitoring system using IoT

Publication Type : Conference Paper

Publisher : International conference on Computer Networks and Inventive Communication Technologies (ICCNCT - 2018)

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Keywords : Air pollution monitoring, Raspberry pi 3, GPS, User configurable, Internet of things

Campus : Bengaluru

School : School of Engineering

Department : Computer Science

Year : 2018

Abstract : Pollution occurs at an unprecedented scale around the globe. Among various types of pollution, air pollution is a major threat to life and ecosystem as a whole. This paper presents the application of the Internet of Things to model a smart environment by developing a user-configurable air pollution monitoring device. This user configurable device monitors air pollution, collects location coordinates and send the collected data along with the location to an online Internet of Things platform called ThingSpeak. The Public can make use of the information in this platform. This device consists of sensors, Raspberry Pi 3, and GPS module. User configurability is achieved by developing a Bluetooth-based Android application thereby making the device more flexible.

Cite this Research Publication : Binsy, M.S., Sampath, N. (2019). User Configurable and Portable Air Pollution Monitoring System for Smart Cities Using IoT. In: Smys, S., Bestak, R., Chen, JZ., Kotuliak, I. (eds) International Conference on Computer Networks and Communication Technologies. Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies, vol 15. Springer, Singapore.

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