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A Dynamic Raspberry Pi Sense HAT Multimodality Alerting System by using AWS IoT

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  • Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, MITS, Madanapalle, Chittoor - 517325, Andhra Pradesh, India

Abstract


Objectives: The main intention of this research is to develop a multimodality system that can monitor the temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, magnetometer, gyroscope, accelerometer values in any applications. Methods: This proposed system uses a wireless Raspberry Pi sense HAT sensor. With this system all the sensor values are obtained and apart from that to design an alerting/notification is being shown by considering temperature parameter. To perform that, the temperature is above predefined limit, which will be notifies by sending out an alert email notification via text messages to user web account by using Amazon Web Services Internet of Thing (AWS IoT) console, and reading the monitor data as visualized in the form of charts using thing speak and also uploads the monitoring data logged into a Google spreadsheet using Wi-Fi adaptor/ LAN to internet access. Simultaneously, all the monitoring data logs are s tored in a google spreadsheet to access related google Application Program Interface (APIs) by using OAuth 2.0 protocol. Finding: Obtaining sense Hat sensor data is working on python programming language. Which is a default language is provided by Raspberry Pi. Improvements: This system is used in different applications like cold storage, power plant stations, weather station, homes and chemical laboratories. And also focus on research direction in many fields, such as industry, agriculture by using a wireless sensor node.

Keywords

AWS (Amazon Web Services) IoT, OAuth 2.0 Protocol, Python, Raspberry Pi, Raspberry Pi Sense HAT, Thing Speak.

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