SEEE DIGIBOOK ON ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, VOL. 01, FEB 2018 PP.(271-273)


Abstract Air Pollution is one of the major risk factors in India, The exhaust emission of motor vehicles are majorly CO ,PM,HC, NOx, These pollutant introduced various health effects like asthma, heart disease, lung diseases. The increase in the number of vehicles leads to heavy road traffic leading the way to high emission rate.  Existing approach of measuring vehicle emission is a tedious process because it involved with various expensive instruments or simulation model. Since it is not efficient way to measure vehicle emission in real time, automation system for air quality monitoring in traffic area was developed. National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) was studied to compare the pollutant level to select the threshold value. In proposed IOT-based approach, sensor array will be used to measure the CO, PM concentration level at traffic area, and the environmental variable like temperature and Humidity also included the data will be compared with threshold value based on Air Quality Index (AQI). The location can be stamped using GPS. The pollution status on different route will be displayed on Google Map. The data will be send to server sing GSM network.

Index TermsVehicle emission, sensor array, IOT, GPS, Google Map, GSM, , Air Quality Index, NAAQS.

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ESTHER PUSHPAM V.S, S. KUMARESAN
GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, COIMBATORE, INDIA.
sthersrj@gmail.com, sukumaresan@gct.ac.in