Vehicular Pollution Monitoring and Control based on IoT and Web Service Approach

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One of the essential need of human is clean and fresh air. Air pollution can lead to pulmonary diseases which results in premature death. Sensors do efficient data collection about the air pollutants .The centralized server can analyze the Air Quality Index. In addition to that IoE build on the top of IoT network can alert the owner of the specific vehicle if the emissions level exceeds the threshold level. If three alerts are ignored repeatedly then the system can stop the movement of the vehicle. With the use of IoE, after analyzing AQI information from the vehicles the centralized server can give guidance to the vehicle service center in their surroundings for the better maintenance of vehicle.

Keywords: Air Quality Index, Threshold Level, Centralized Server, IoT network, IoE..


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