IoT Smart Wardrobe System
Soumya Nema, Prof. Swati Kale, Sumit Santape, Mansi Gaikwad, Mihir Dhabe
IoT, air quality, sensor, smart system, wardrobe
Everyone desires to have their favourite clothes last long, enabling them to look their best in public. The quality of clothing is closely linked to how they are stored and the surrounding factors that can affect them. Factors such as air quality, temperature, and humidity can have a significant impact on the quality of clothes stored in a wardrobe. High levels of humidity can cause mold to grow on clothes, which can damage them. Therefore, it is important to maintain optimal air quality, which can be achieved automatically and monitored regularly using a mobile device .The system will provide real- time information about the status of the wardrobe, and users will be able to adjust the settings as per their preference. The proposed IoT smart wardrobe is expected to provide a convenient and efficient solution for storing clothes. It will ensure that the clothes are protected from odour and humidity, and will also prevent overcrowding.
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Unique Paper ID: 160255

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 246 - 251
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