Automatic Gas Booking Using IoT with Notification

International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management

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Title Automatic Gas Booking Using IoT with Notification
Creator Setty, Sreenivasa
Prashanth, Arcot
Ramyasree, Karanam
Bhat, Kishan
Arun, Nikhita
Subject Internet-of-Things (IoT)
Fire sensor
Gas sensor
Load cell
GSM module
LCD module
Weight sensor
Description The problem of gas leaking and fire occurs frequently in our daily lives. Liquified Petroleum Gas, or LPG, is a highly flammable gas that is used to power heating appliances. The risk of a structure fire, asphyxia, or explosion increases if this gas leaks. Because the use of LPG is increasing every day, the booking process is inefficient. Because of the enormous number of booking requests, the system is unable to register and respond to each one. This project is concerned about these challenges and adds to its efficacy. If the gas level falls below the fixed figure, a notification is delivered to the phone, and the gas agency is notified to record the booking after customer confirmation. The initiative also safeguards the safety of those who work near the cylinder by detecting any gas leaks and fires. A buzzer will sound if any of these are identified. This will also be communicated to the user and the gas agency.
Publisher RESAIM
Date 2022-04-28
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management; Vol. 5 No. 4 (2022); 150-152
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2022 Sreenivasa Setty, Arcot Prashanth, Karanam Ramyasree, Kishan Bhat, Nikhita Arun

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