IOT BASED GARBAGE CLEARANCE ALERT SYSTEM WITH GPS LOCATION USING ARDUINO

  • Shareefa Ahmad Abu Shahada
  • Suzan Mohammed Hreiji
  • Shermin Shamsudheen
Keywords: Solar Powered, IOT, Garbage Management, Solid waste management, Dust bin monitoring, RFID, Arduino.

Abstract

As Population’s are increased year by year that the way wastage also increased. Many of the cities maintain the overflow dustbins. Now most of diseases create from garbage’s. Peoples are affected harmful diseases due to environment should be Maintain clean and hygienic. Reason for this status public Garbage Corporation did not get the proper information and time for clear the garbage. The Public Garbage Corporation needed this system because existing system gives proper information to corporation but not gives exact location so per Day Corporation maintain the less number of dustbins, not all filled dustbins. In this system via corporation get the proper information and location of dustbin when the dustbin full. So corporation will maintain the filled dustbin no need to maintain the unfilled dustbins. This system reduces the work and time and corporation will get more income because needed less number of workers for this system.

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Author Biographies

Shareefa Ahmad Abu Shahada

Student, Department of Computer Science, Jazan University, Saudi Arabia

Suzan Mohammed Hreiji

Student, Department of Computer Science, Jazan University, Saudi Arabia.

Shermin Shamsudheen

Faculty of Computer Science and Information systems, Jazan University, Saudi Arabia.

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Published
2019-03-26
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