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41.Chengyun Zhu, Xingqiao Liu, Hailei Chen, Xiang Tian. Automatic cruise system for water quality monitoring // International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. -2018. Vol. 11 No.4. P.244 – 250.

Abstract: The range of unit fixed-point measurement on water quality monitoring system is limited, and the cost for multipoint measurement is high. In order to solve these problems, the automatic cruise system for water quality monitoring was designed. Sage-Husa adaptive Kalman filtering algorithm was adopted to correct the error in GPS positioning. The boat was equipped with ship control module, water quality parameters acquisition module, power-supply module, GPS module and GPRS-DTU packet data transmission module. An Android application was developed so that individual users can use smartphone to communicate with the boat at all time and places. The results show that the boat can basically cruise in the set route to monitor the water quality. In a 4 m2 aquatic plants areas, the dissolved oxygen monitored in different time were about 10.2%, 8.5% and 8.3%, respectively, higher than other areas, and the pH values were 4.1%, 3.8% and 3.7% higher than those in other waters, which shown that plants photosynthesis released oxygen consumption of carbon dioxide will affect the dissolved oxygen content and pH value. This system can widen the measurement range, and lower the measuring cost that can be widely used in the water quality monitoring in aquaculture and river management.

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42. Lambebo A., Haghani S. A Wireless Sensor Network for Environmental Monitoring of Greenhouse Gases // ASEE 2014 Zone I Conference, April 3-5, 2014, University of Bridgeport, Bridgpeort, CT, USA.

Abstract: The rapid development and miniaturization of sensor devices, and the recent advances in wireless communication and networking technologies, are allowing scientists and engineers to develop networks of small sensors that can be used to continuously monitor the health and stability of the environment we live in. Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) consist of a number of spatially distributed sensors with computing, processing and communication capabilities that can continuously sense and transmit data to a base station, where data can be processed and observed in real time. This project provides a detailed study and implementation of a WSN for real time and continuous environmental monitoring of greenhouse gases. A tree-topology WSN consisting of two sensor nodes and a base station was successfully built and tested using open source and inexpensive hardware to measure the concentration level of several greenhouse gases. The sensor nodes consisted of carbon monoxide sensor, a carbon dioxide sensor, a methane sensor, a temperature sensor, a GPS module and a ZigBee wireless transmitter packaged together. The GPS module was added to give information about the location of the sensors. The base stations consisted of an Arduino Uno micro-controller and a ZigBee receiver that can collect data from the various sensors and submit to a sink base station where data can be stored and processed. A website was developed where the captured data can be continuously monitored and displayed in real time.

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43. JunYi Liu. Zigbee based intelligent environmental monitoring system designed coop // International Journal of Computer, Consumer and Control (IJ3C). - 2013. Vol. 2, No.4.

Abstract:In view of the present poultry farming intensity big, disease happens, such as environmental pollution, design the intelligent henhouse environment monitoring system based on zigbee. A detection unit of the system is the main processor cc2430, which coop the sensor detects temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide concentration, light intensity. By zigbee wireless communication module to send data to the controller based on the STM32F103ZET6 PC. After passing the judgment, the host computer to control the corresponding devices, to automatically or manually controlled sheds the environment.

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44. Jadhav G., Jadhav K., Nadlamani K. Environment Monitoring System using Raspberry-Pi // International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET). – 2016. V.3. P.1168-1172.

Abstract: The development in embedded system has proved to a reliable solution in monitoring and controlling the environment monitoring system. The project aims at building a system which can be used on universally at any scale to monitor the parameters in a given environment. With the evolution of miniaturized sensor devices coupled with wireless technologies it is possible to remotely monitor the parameters such as temperature, humidity, amount ofco2 in air and many more .We will be using raspberry-pi as our main board and sensors will collect all the real time data from environment and this real time data will be fetched by the web server and display it. User can access this data from anywhere through Internet. Due to unnatural and unpredictable weather farmers now a day face large financial losses due to wrong prediction of weather and incorrect irrigation methods and the amount of pesticides and insecticides used for crops. This system will prove to bean important part in development in agricultural field.

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45. KumarA. and Hancke G.P. Energy Efficient Environment Monitoring System Based on the IEEE 802.15.4 Standard for Low Cost Requirements // IEEE Sensors J. - 2014. P.1-10.

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46. Grady H., Patila D.G., Wang J. Electrochemical sensors for environmental monitoring: design, development and applications // The Royal Society of Chemistry. J. Environ. Monit. - 2004, V.6. P. 657 – 664.

Abstract: The advancement in miniaturization and microfabrication technology has led to the development of sensitive and selective electrochemical devices for field-based and in situ environmental monitoring. Electrochemical sensing devices have a major impact upon the monitoring of priority pollutants by allowing the instrument to be taken to the sample (rather than the traditional way of bringing the sample to the laboratory). Such devices can perform automated chemical analyses in complex matrices and provide rapid, reliable and inexpensive measurements of a variety of inorganic and organic pollutants. Although not exhaustive due to the vast amounts of new and exciting electrochemical research, this review addresses many important advances in electrochemical sensor design and development for environmental monitoring purposes. Critical design factors and development issues including analytical improvements (e.g. detection limits), microfabrication and remote communication are presented. In addition, modern environmental applications will be discussed and future perspectives considered.

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47. Sedlak P., Kubersky P., Skarvada P., Hamacek A., Sedlakova V., Majzner J., Nespurek S., Sikula J. Current fluctuation measurements of amperometric gas sensors constructed with three different technology procedures // Metrol. Meas. Syst., Vol. 23 (2016), No. 4, pp. 531–543.

Abstract: Electrochemical amperometric gas sensors represent a well-established and versatile type of devices with unique features: good sensitivity and stability, short response/recovery times, and low power consumption. These sensors operate at room temperature, and therefore have been applied in monitoring air pollutants and detection of toxic and hazardous gases in a number of areas . Some drawbacks of classical electrochemical sensors are overcome by the solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) based on ionic liquids. This work presents evaluation of an SPE-based amperometric sensor from the point of view of current fluctuations. The sensor is based on a novel three-electrode sensor platform with solid polymer electrolytes containing ionic liquid for detection of nitrogen dioxide − a highly toxic gas that is harmful to the environment and presenting a possible threat to human health even at low concentrations. The paper focuses on using noise measurement (electric current fluctuation measurement) for evaluation of electrochemical sensors which were constructed by different fabrication processes: (i) lift-off and drop-casting technology, (ii) screen printing technology on a ceramic substrate and (iii) screen printing on a flexible substrate.

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48. Dhokte R. G., Nerkar Dr. M. H. Dynamic Stand-Alone Gas Detection System //International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET). – 2017. Vol.4. P.1330 – 1340.

Abstract: Growing industries are need of 21st century, but these growing industries are also responsible for growing pollution. Not only the industries but also need of transportation is also increasing which leads to increase in concentration of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, etc. gases. So, detection and concentration monitoring (mapping) of these gases is very important issue. Currently various static systems are located at key locations. But these systems are not flexible for operating at different applications. Therefore this dynamic system is designed. This system is designed by using microcontroller as well as GUI for flexible operation of hardware. This system uses chemo resistive (MOS) sensors for detection of carbon monoxide, LPG and methane gas. For controlling of system AVR ATmega 16 is used. Also GSM module is used for communication purpose. This system is cost effective; also the results of sensors are approximately equal to the standard system. Preheat time required for the result is 16-22 minutes.

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49. Asif O., Hossain B., Hasan M., Rahman T., Chowdhury M. Fire-Detectors Review and Design of an Automated, Quick Responsive Fire-Alarm System Based on SMS // Int. J. Communications, Network and System Sciences. - 2014. Vol. 7. P. 386-395.

Abstract: In this work a review of existing fire-detector types has been carried out along with the development of a low cost, portable, and reliable microcontroller based automated fire alarm system for remotely alerting any fire incidents in household or industrial premises. The aim of the system designed is to alert the distant property-owner efficiently and quickly by sending short message (SMS) via GSM network. A Linear integrated temperature sensor detects temperature beyond preset value whereas semiconductor type sensor detects presence of smoke or gas from fire hazards. The sensor units are connected via common data line to ATMega8L AVR microcontroller. A SIM300CZ GSM kit based network module, capable of operating in standard GSM bands, has been used to send alert messages. The system is implemented on printed circuit board (PCB) and tested under different experimental conditions to evaluate its performances.

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