Downloads: 132 | Views: 176
Research Paper | Information Technology | India | Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2017
UV Monitoring using Ground based Sensor Node and Remote Computer Applications
Tapojoy Das | Dhruba Ningombam
Abstract: Ozone layer depletion has been a serious cause of concern for all humans throughout the twenty-first century. This is a widespread reason for several health and environmental problems all over the world. This ozone layer is present in the stratospheric part of the Earths atmosphere and responsible for acting as an envelope to prevent harmful UV radiations enter Earth.  It is thus understood that monitoring the incoming UV radiations is very important. The data can be used to estimate the extent of depletion of the ozone layer leaving us with measurements to stop the damage already been caused. Besides, this the idea is to provide common population with precautions and real time updates regarding the extent of UV exposure in a given location. To achieve this our approach was to theorize a method that would make use of UV capable sensor nodes installed in destined points on earths surface in a locality creating a sensor network interacting with the base station providing updated UV data to a server. Users can be notified by the use internet connected smart devices.
Keywords: Wireless Sensor Networks, Ultra Violet Radiations, UV monitoring, Data collection, Data Analysis, User Interface, Simple Web Based Data Processing and Provision
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2017,
Pages: 690 - 698