Automatic Rescue System For Underground Drainage Monitoring
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M.Raja, Dr.A.Rathinam, Dr.S.Rathinavel, C. Rakshana, M.Karthick, V.Karpagam
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Underground drainage monitoring system plays an important role in keeping the cities clean and healthy. Compared to other countries, India consists of highest number of sewage workers. Exposure of sewage workers to poisonous gases like hydrogen sulphide, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, methane, ammonia, nitrogen oxide increases the death of the sewage workers. The main aim of this project is to design a network system which helps in monitoring poisonous gases present in sewage. Whenever the gas level crosses the threshold value, the information with different gas ppm values is displayed in the smart phone through the app. It also indicates whether it is safe for the manual scavengers to work in the environment or not. The 2021 Socio-Economic and caste census recorded more than 1,82,000 families reporting at least one member as a sanitation worker: 376 of these workers have died over five years to 2019, with 110 dying in 2019, a 61% rise over the previous year. There have been no repo
Abstract
Underground drainage monitoring system plays an important role in keeping the cities clean and healthy. Compared to other countries, India consists of highest number of sewage workers. Exposure of sewage workers to poisonous gases like hydrogen sulphide, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, methane, ammonia, nitrogen oxide increases the death of the sewage workers. The main aim of this project is to design a network system which helps in monitoring poisonous gases present in sewage. Whenever the gas level crosses the threshold value, the information with different gas ppm values is displayed in the smart phone through the app. It also indicates whether it is safe for the manual scavengers to work in the environment or not. The 2021 Socio-Economic and caste census recorded more than 1,82,000 families reporting at least one member as a sanitation worker: 376 of these workers have died over five years to 2019, with 110 dying in 2019, a 61% rise over the previous year. There have been no reported convictions. The problem of manual only appears to be worsening and entrapping thousands in a supposedly illegal profession, despite recent government efforts to automate the cleaning of India’s vast, invisible and dangerous underbelly
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Unique Paper ID: 155898

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 215 - 218
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