International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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ISSN: 2319-7064


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Informative Article | Computer Engineering | India | Volume 10 Issue 4, April 2021


Auto Climate Monitoring System

Mohak Rastogi | Akash Gangwar | Abhishek Yadav [4]


Abstract: Warehouse is used in almost every nation worldwide mainly for the storage of perishable food items and food grains. In India, Central Warehouse Corporation is the sole authority that is managing the task of storing agricultural products, finished goods and variety of perishable and hygroscopic items and the problem faced by the Central Warehouse Corporation is storage loss of food grains and other perishable food items due to sudden changes in environmental conditions. It seems that the current granary management systems are not efficient enough to keep the food products safe. To make the management work easier and to reduce the loss, a smart warehouse is implemented which is enabled with several sensors and technologies. This project aims to provide a low-cost IT solution to this problem with the use of Internet of the things (IoT) sensor and IoT data integration to existing application software. The idea is to capture real time information regarding temperature, moisture and fire using sensors and send alerts using IoT technology Sensors are used to record the atmospheric moisture and temperature (automatically) inside the warehouse. Based on the readings so obtained, the software performs appropriate data analytics and sends timely alert to concern officials of CWC for mitigation and remedial actions arising due to moisture and temperature inside the warehouse. Not just that, IoT sensor also captures fire/gas and alerts the respective nearest authority like Fire Station, Hospital, Police besides alerting CWC officials for mitigation.


Keywords: Fluctuation, IoT, Microcontroller, Mitigation, Real-Time


Edition: Volume 10 Issue 4, April 2021,


Pages: 1326 - 1327


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