An Intelligent Weather Monitoring System using Internet of Things

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With a drastic change in climate continuously it is very harmful to the people who are living in the disaster-prone areas. In some areas the people are not warned for the consequences of coming specifically in their areas, they are told about the average temperature and humidity of the city while the humidity and temperature vary at different altitude and changes at short distances. The system is a very cost-effective and efficient method for controlling and monitoring the weather, and it sends the data to the cloud so that it can be visible anywhere through internet. The temperature, humidity, and pressure play a significant role in different fields like agricultural, industrial and Logistical Field. Weather forecast is necessary for the growth and development of these industries. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the technology used in developing the proposed system, which is an efficient and advanced method for connecting the sensors to the cloud which can store real-time sensor data and connect the entire world of things in a network. Here things might be anything like electronic gadgets, sensors, and automotive electronic equipment. The system deals with controlling and monitoring the environmental conditions like Temperature, Pressure, Smoke, Relative humidity level and various other gases with sensors and sends the information to the cloud and then plot the sensor data in graphical form. An Intelligent prediction is to be done using machine learning. Machine learning is a branch of Artificial Intelligence (AI) which is a compelling method of Analyzing and predicting the given data-set. The data collected will be analyzed continuously. The real-time data which has to be sent through the sensor can be accessible throughout the world using the internet.




Prasanna, M. … Manivannan, S. S. (2019). An Intelligent Weather Monitoring System using Internet of Things. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(4), 4531–4536.

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