IOT Based Weather Report

Pawan Pandey, Aman Singh, Krishan Kumar, G Gopichand

Abstract


The emergence of sensor network and remote innovation has offered the capacity of brisk catch, handling, and transmission of basic debacle information continuously from blocked off destinations which require least support also. Thus the frameworks we are proposing by means of this paper is a propelled answer for observing the atmosphere situation at a exacting position and create the information apparent at wherever on the worldwide situation. The development behind this is Internet of Things which focuses on sensor frameworks for perceiving torrential slides, giving cautious thought to data decline and vitality minimization. Thereby utilizing this concept we put forward different sensors with the microcontroller and make a connection between the edge parameters and the insightful examination to cloud that can be useful to access over the cloud with the assistance of Internet.

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Weather report, Internet of things [IOT], landslide monitoring, Wi-Fi, Wireless, Sensors

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