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Detection of Hazardous Gases Using the Sensors and Passing Alerts to the Neighbourhood Though Mobile Cloud

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T. Srilatha, 2021. Detection of Hazardous Gases Using the Sensors and Passing Alerts to the Neighbourhood Though Mobile Cloud. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 3(1), pp.19-23.

Abstract

Every year, with the increase in the population, there is a high demand for industrial production in India. With Industry 4.0, the doors are open for many new industries to meet the demands of the growing population. Simultaneously, there is a huge expansion of Urban cities with the migrants from Rural backgrounds for education and job requirements. It is a challenge for all the industries (like chemical, polymer, Automobile, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, etc.,) in handling the industrial wastes and poisonous gases. Almost every industry will be following necessary steps, safety measures and precautions like recycling of industrial wastes and using gas detecting sensors for detection of poisonous gases and recording the oxygen levels. But, still, there are quite a few tragic incidents or industrial disasters (minor or major) that occurred due to human errors, for example of Bhopal gas leakage and the recent Vizag Gas leakage incident.  The research of my paper focuses on how to capture the information from the sensors, record the nature and level of Chemical hazardous gases, prediction of the outcome and pass the information alert for safety measures and precautions to be taken using the mobile cloud.

Keywords: Sensors, detection technique, Prediction, mobile cloud.

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