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Android Based Real-Time Industrial Emission Monitoring System Using IoT Technology

Dennis A. Martillano, Joshua Miguel R. Dita, Christian G. Cruz, and Kunal S. Sadhra
Malayan Colleges Laguna, Pulo Diezmo Road, Cabuyao City, Laguna 4025, Philippines
Abstract—The need to industrialize to compete with global standards is a complete requisite to realize a booming economy. However, there is no question that it has wreaked havoc on the environment caused industrial emissions of dangerous chemicals. This study aimed to create a system that will allow Industrial plants and factories to monitor the emission of the smoke stacks held in a manufacturing company anytime, anywhere using IoT or Internet of Things Technology. “Ref. [1]” explains IoT as a system of physical things embedded with different sensors, software, electronics and connectivity to allow it to perform better by exchanging information with other connected devices. This will help companies in maintaining the machine and provide them emission data of gaseous elements such as carbon monoxide, particulate matter, sulfur and nitrogen dioxide that will help them in complying with the environmental standards of industrial emission. Enabling manufacturing companies to gather plot and interpret data using the system which could be used to further improve emission output and make necessary decisions and corrective actions while imposing cleaner air will benefit the company, the people and the environment.
 
Index Terms—Internet of Things, Industrial Emission, Air Quality, Mobile Technology, Sensors, Microcontrollers, Arduino

Cite: Dennis A. Martillano, Joshua Miguel R. Dita, Christian G. Cruz, and Kunal S. Sadhra, "Android Based Real-Time Industrial Emission Monitoring System Using IoT Technology," Journal of Communications, vol. 12, no. 11, pp.  623-629, 2017. Doi: 10.12720/jcm.12.11. 623-629.

 
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