A Wireless Sensor Networks with Air Pollution Detection

kiran mangesh pradhan


Wireless sensor networks have been deployed for environmental monitoring over the last twenty years. However, this application is not frequently deployed to solve the environmental problems (e.g. air pollution detection) encountered by many Asian countries. This paper develops an architecture based on a Wireless Mesh Network of Sensors (WMNS) to measure air pollution in Indian cities. We are motivated by the fact that air pollution in Indian cities is emerging as a key threat to health, environment, economy and the quality of life for millions of Indians as the level of urbanization, motorization and economic activity increases. We develop a model that takes into account the structure of Indian cities and the lack of Internet access in some urban or rural areas. As a result, the model could help with the implementation

of regulations concerning air quality in India.

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