IOT Air and Sound Monitoring System


Minal Barhate, Prathamesh Anvekar, Ananya Halkare, Anushka Goswami, Devyani Anande, Amr Khaled
Department of Engineering, Sciences and Humanities, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune, India.


Noise pollution, posing a substantial environmental hazard to human health both directly and indirectly, is characterized as undesirable or harmful outdoor sound, primarily attributed to road traffic. This pervasive pollutant results from transportation and industrial activities across land, air, waterways, and oceans, adversely affecting the health and well-being of both humans and wildlife. The aim of this project is to enhance and democratize pollution monitoring by leveraging IoT. This solution, stemming from the convergence of computer science and electronics, incorporates the Internet of Things (IoT). The project employs sensing devices connected to an embedded computing system to track fluctuations in parameters such as noise and air pollution levels from their baseline. In our rapidly advancing technological landscape, accessing information about surrounding weather conditions becomes seamless within this interconnected internet environment. The IoT-based project operates on a private channel, connecting all devices in this burgeoning field.