Abstract: The paper presents an embedded system designed for monitoring vehicular pollution in urban areas. It addresses the global concern of air pollution, particularly the contribution of vehicle emissions. The system employs an array of sensors, a microcontroller, and a wireless communication module. These components work together to measure real-time concentrations of pollutants such as carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), and nitrogen oxides (NOx). The collected data is processed by the microcontroller and transmitted to a remote server for storage and user access. The system offers a user interface displaying real-time pollution levels. Its applications include aiding government agencies, researchers, and citizens in monitoring pollution and implementing necessary measures. Additionally, the system enables the detection and analysis of emission patterns, assisting policymakers in identifying high pollution areas. The paper highlights the significance of monitoring vehicular pollution and emphasizes the potential of the proposed system in reducing air pollution. The experiment results validate its accuracy and cost-effectiveness, showcasing its potential for widespread deployment to mitigate air pollution's adverse effects and enhance urban air quality.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.125296

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