IJMTES – SOLAR BASED FLOOD MONITORING SYSTEM USING ARDUINO AND WIFI NETWORK WITH FACE BOOK AND TWITTER NOTIFICATION

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : M Gayathriunnamed

Volume 03 Issue 06 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 205-208

Abstract – Flood is one in all the foremost devastating natural disaster within the developing country. today wireless sensing element networks(WSN) square measure nearly used everyplace i.e..,both residential areas, and  undeveloped places on the subject of the stream. Therefore embedded systems plays important  role to cut back risks thanks to a rise water level swollen affected areas. the present system warning alert regarding the flood is send through (SMS) and sirens, therefore  have a delay to send AN early flood warning. the govt. spends ton of cash for flooding injury. In order to cut back the value, government has  to implement such reasonably advanced technology(i.e flood observation system exploitation open hardware and software) as a warning and alert system to expeditiously monitor the crucial flood prone areas in real time basis. This project additional proposes AN innovative cheap framework for observation system designed to produce early warning for natural disaster  via a automatic voice decision and social network like facebook and twitter notifications.

Keywords – Embedded system ,Arduino yun, solar battery, a rechargeable battery, unhearable sensing element, wireless local area network net property

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