Embedded System Solutions for Manhole Chamber Safety and Sensor Integration: Next-Gen Smart City Management
Vijay Kekan, prof. Jitendra Gaikwad, Chinmaya Mandlik
Manhole Chamber, Embedded System, BMP180, MQ2, Water Sensor, ESP 8266, IR Sensor.
The long-term objective is smart city management with greater amenities for society and cleaner environments. When building a smart city, intelligent subsurface infrastructure should be a key component. Hence due to its importance, many Indian towns have installed emptying underground systems. All of the manhole chambers don't appear to be in a secure position. The majority of manholes are open and free from obstructions that could lead to mishaps. Due to inconsistent inspections, overflow, chambers blast, clogged emptying systems, open manholes pose a safety hazard. Manually keeping track of this problem results in inefficient handling of problems that takes more time. Our Embedded System identifies an open manhole, early fire detection, Overflow, Pressure temperature in the chamber, gas level and alerts the area to the control center in the form of alert message. Also this activity is monitored by the control room through blynk web. The public's safety is at danger from these damaged chambers. In order to prevent accidents, save lives and smart city management this research is put to use.
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Unique Paper ID: 164522

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 2917 - 2922
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