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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 13 2021 | None
PROMOTING OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY: IOT-ENABLED HARMFUL GAS DETECTION AND MONITORING SYSTEM FOR INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS
VOLADRI PRAVEEN KUMAR, KENCHA ANUSHA, GAUDAAKSHAYA
Pages: 3402-3407
Abstract
Explosions of toxic gasses are the leading cause of death among workers in industries that rely heavily on chemicals. Modern information technology and the internet of things can assist locate and repair gas leaks fast. This project uses the internet of things and an Arduino Uno R3 to detect toxic gasses, prevent workplace mishaps, and notify the relevant industry's safety control board. The main CPU, an Arduino Uno R3, is coupled to a sensor. Sensors capable of continuously measuring the appropriate environmental conditions include those that detect alcohol, gasses, and temperature. This gadget can detect a wide range of gases due to its fast response time. When the gas level exceeds a predetermined threshold, an instant alert is transmitted via the internet-specific receiver component. The monitor transfers the data it collects to the internet for further processing and analysis in order to tighten safety regulations. If this strategy is used in the future, it has the potential to improve the quality of life for those who live near pollution-controlled companies.
Keywords
Ardunio Uno R3, gas sensor, radiation sensor, Wi-Fi module, internet of things.
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