Browse Publications Technical Papers 2018-28-0038
2018-07-09

A Hardware Model for Vehicular Network to Control Air Pollution Leading to Big Data Analytics 2018-28-0038

The foremost emphasis of this paper is to provide a model to collect the data of vehicular air pollution gases from the individual vehicle. The collection of pollutant data makes the vehicle user, aware of the vehicle maintenance by themselves, indicate them when to stop the vehicle from the fleet and will intimate them the limits of predefined standard indicated by the government. The collected data if implemented to the entire vehicles in existence becomes the big data concept. Individual vehicular emission on the road side analysis after the vehicle enters the fleet is a questionable session at the context of the Indian scenario. As far recent geographical analysis given by world health organization, India is the fourth largest polluted country in the world with more than fifteen states in the danger of respiratory disease and that may lead to death. The prototype that has been designed was smaller in size than the off road analysis done in most of the laboratory. Big data analysis proves the early prediction of futuristic data which turns out to be the alert of the vehicle end user. If the system comes into proper effect, it serves the need for regional transport office to monitor the vehicle in all its aspect.

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