IoT-Enabled WiFi Smart Mask for Monitoring Body Parameters and Location Through Cloud
Nisha R , Pavithra S, Manoj Prasath T
Smart mask, Temperature sensor, IoT, Cloud, COVID 19.
The latest interim guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended mask usage in communities, homes, and healthcare facilities in regions with confirmed COVID-19 cases. This guidance targeted various stakeholders, including community members, public health experts, infection prevention and control (IPC) professionals, healthcare managers, healthcare workers (HCWs), and community health workers. Masks mitigate respiratory droplet and contact transmission. Prolonged mask-wearing, especially for healthcare workers, poses challenges. Hence, a proposed full-face smart mask monitors wearers' health metrics like temperature, sneezing, and social distancing adherence. It includes wearer ID and geographic tracking for comprehensive data collection. The mask functions indoors and outdoors, with real-time processing for temperature and social distancing alerts. Cloud integration enables centralized data storage and analysis, aiding in hotspot identification. The prototype demonstrates feasibility and potential utility for mass adoption, enhancing COVID-19 safety measures.
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Unique Paper ID: 162816

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 121 - 129
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