International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 12, December 2017

Review of IoT-Based Wireless Sensors for Environmental Monitoring

Indu Mandwi [2] | Sofia Pillai | Mangala Madankar | Piyush Ingole [2]

Abstract: The recent adjustments in climate have multiplied the significance of environmental tracking, making it a topical and surprisingly active studies region. This Wi-Fi ld is based on remote sensing and on wireless sensor networks for gathering statistics about the environment. Current improvements, such as the vision of the internet of things (IoT), the cloud computing model, and cyber-physical structures, offer aid for the transmission and control of big amounts of information concerning the trends determined in environmental parameters. In this context, the present day paintings offers three specific IoT-primarily based Wi-Fi sensors for environmental and ambient tracking one using user datagram protocol (UDP) -based totally wireless verbal exchange, one communicating thru Wi-Fi and hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), and a 1/3 one using Bluetooth clever. All the offered systems provide the possibility of recording facts at far flung places and of visualizing them from each device with an internet connection, allowing the tracking of geographically massive regions. The improvement details of those systems are described, along with the predominant variations and similarities among them. the feasibility of the 3 developed structures for implementing monitoring packages, considering their power autonomy, ease of use, answer complexity, and net connectivity facility, turned into analyzed, and revealed that they make excellent applicants for IoT-primarily based solutions.

Keywords: Bluetooth, energy harvesting, IEEE 80211 standards, Internet of things IoT, low-power electronics

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 12, December 2017,

Pages: 1766 - 1772

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