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JCR. 2020; 7(17): 148-153


AN IOT BASED UNDER WEATHER MONITORING SYSTEM

Tallapalli Chandra Prakash, M.Mamatha,3Srinivas samala.

Abstract
Recent trends have proven that the IoT has brought all the devices and peripherals in one place to make more
flexible and smart measurement. In the traditional weather monitoring system measurement method is not real
time, not continuous and also tedious job to take continuous measurement. But, the IoT has completely changed
the measurement scenario and improved the consistency of the measurement. In the present work the
environmental parameters such rainfall, temperature, humidity, and density of carbon dioxide in the air are
measured with sensors. The Arduino Uno card gathers all information from the devices which are associated
with its port pins. The information is sent to cloud server for record and future retrieving. The technology
behind this is Internet of Things (IoT), which is an advanced and efficient solution for connecting the things to
the internet and to connect the entire world of things in a network. Here things might be whatever like electronic
gadgets, sensors and automotive electronic equipment. The system deals with monitoring and controlling the
environmental conditions like temperature, relative humidity and CO level with sensors and sends the
information to the web page and then plot the sensor data as graphical statistics. The data updated from the
implemented system can be accessible in the internet from anywhere in the world.

Key words: IoT, environmental parameters, automotive electronic equipment



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