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JCR. 2020; 7(9): 367-370


DEVELOPMENT OF SMART AIR QUALITY MONITORING & FILTERING SYSTEM

S.Kannaki, S.NithyaPriya, J.Siva Mukhilan,M.Santhosh, E.K.Sudharsanan, Anand Bala Ganapathy, S.Abhinav, Tansin.

Abstract
This paper uses IOT to implement an indoor air quality monitoring system. Indoor air-quality has become a topic of increasing concern over the last few decades. This issue was prompted by observations of occupants from different indoor environments. Mainly the gases and some dangerous volatile compounds are the main cause of the concern. The symptoms may be linked to elevated concentrations of different contaminants in indoor air rising attention was paid to evaluating climatic conditions and chemical compounds in room air whenever people complained about poor indoor air quality. Checking the indoor air quality is becoming imperative nowadays. Human activities such as industrial or air pollution can easily pollute air inside the indoor environment. This can cause human and animal disease or death which breathes the air. It is explicitly designed to promote collection, data processing with sufficient health protection. Air quality must comply with strict legislation, and must be monitored continuously. The Internet of Things (IoT) brings new Air Quality Management prospects. The gaseous concentrations are continuously tracked. These will track air parameters continuously, and pass them to a device that would alert authorities as soon as a problem is detected. IoT enables modern smart systems capable of monitoring the indoor air quality in real time and are smart enough to know the data. It is an economy and reliable way to allow environmental management and minimise human health issues.

Key words: Smart air quality; IoT; sensor; monitor; Health issues;



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