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dc.creatorVelasquez, Pablo
dc.creatorVasquez, Lorenzo
dc.creatorCorrea, Christian
dc.creatorRivera-Salazar, Diego Andrés
dc.description.abstractThe concept of quality of life is used as a measure of the welfare of a society, highlighting the relationship between the environment and health, mainly associated with pollution. Hence the importance of monitoring and communicating its results, in a timely manner, to the community. But often the last part of the process fail, there is a lack of communication between data, information and community. Using open hardware and open source tools, and based on the Internet of things concept, a lowcost citizen monitoring network, that cost less than US $ 150 was implemented. This network measures Carbon Monoxide (CO), Temperature, Relative Humidity, Particulate Matter 2.5, Noise and UV radiation, with a reading frequency of every 40 s and a hibernation period of 15 min. The environmental monitoring network gather information from the environment, through sensors, and then store it in a MySQL database, to finally be deployed in a web site hosted on a local web server Apache, implemented ex professo. In effect, the system is able to deliver geotagged information and the state of environmental pollution to the citizens. Keywords—— IoT, Environmental Monitoring, Big Data.
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dc.relationreponame: Repositorio Digital RI2.0
dc.titleA low-cost IoT based environmental monitoring system. A citizen approach to pollution awareness
dc.relation.namecongChilean Conference on Electrical, Electronics Engineering, Information and Communication Technologies

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