LoRa based wireless weather station with webserver
Ravi Sai Manasa, Patlolla Aarthi Reddy, Tudi Nandini Reddy, Gaddam Ramakrishna Goud, Koleti Bhulakshmi
LoRa Module,ESP32,Microcontroller,Web Server
In this Project we foster a model of \"LoRa Based Wireless Weather Station\". Where LoRa is a remote organization innovation supporting the web of things (IoT) framework. This innovation is an elective to other remote organization modules that have proactively been notable like GSM modules, Wi-Fi Modules and Bluetooth Modules. The use of the LoRa network expands the scope of remote cells that can arrive at distances of as much as 8 kilometres while as yet having low power usage. Climate boundaries that we are estimated in this task are Temperature, Pressure, Dew point, Altitude, Rainfall, Humidity and Light Intensity. In this model we use Arduino UNO, Barometric Sensor, Rain Sensor, Light Intensity Sensor and LoRa modules. What\'s more, Thingspeak Web application for sharing information to the clients. This framework can possibly be executed in metropolitan and provincial zones with various kinds of sensors related to it. This undertaking can be directed to shape a Low Power-Wide Area Network as a greater sensor organization.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 1099 - 1102
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