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Eco Friendly Pollution Control System Using Smoke Sensor and Cloud


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1 M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering (Autonomous), Karur, Tamil Nadu, India
     

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Lack of trees and deforestation is the major threat to mankind after the effect of pollution. Planting trees were going on various areas but still the temperature at least between particular areas. It will be efficient if there is a system that predicts a sufficient number of trees needed to be planted at a particular spot if not reducing the temperature at least to control same temperature and prevent it from increasing further making it difficult for humans as well as many living things to survive.

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Deforestation, Smoke Sensor, Temperature Control.
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Authors

V. Karthik
M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering (Autonomous), Karur, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Lack of trees and deforestation is the major threat to mankind after the effect of pollution. Planting trees were going on various areas but still the temperature at least between particular areas. It will be efficient if there is a system that predicts a sufficient number of trees needed to be planted at a particular spot if not reducing the temperature at least to control same temperature and prevent it from increasing further making it difficult for humans as well as many living things to survive.

Keywords


Deforestation, Smoke Sensor, Temperature Control.

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