MEASUREMENT OF ENVIROMENTAL VARIABLES IN DIFFERENT SCENARIOS
Keywords:Contaminación ambiental, medición de variables medioambientales, redes inalámbricas de sensores.
Environmental pollution is one of the biggest global problems affecting human health. The World Public Health Organization annually publishes a report with global estimates on exposure to air pollution and its impact on health, where it notified that of every nine deaths one is due to the exposure of pollution of air indoor and outdoor environments. For these reasons, the development of systems to monitor air quality, both outdoors and indoors, is currently the subject of much research. This paper presents two wireless sensor networks for monitoring air pollutant gases in two different scenarios; one for the outside, another for closed enclosures. For each scenario, the network requirements are established taking into account the particular characteristics of each scenario and the practical utility of the measurement results, the architecture derived from there to meet the requirements, the components used for its construction and the results obtained after its implementation.
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