DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMICAL AND ENERGY EFFICIENT POLLUTANT MONITORING SYSTEM A STEP TOWARDS HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT, IMPLEMENTED IN LABVIEW
Keywords:Sensors, Environment, Energy Efficent, LabVIEW, Monitoring, Pollutants, PMS (Pollutant Monitoring System)
Today it is widely accepted that human activities are responsible for high level of pollution and climate change. The main source of greenhouse gas emission is fossil fuels which leads to major greenhouse pollutants which includes,CO2, CO, SOx, NOx , suspended particulate matter (SPM), Lead aerosol, volatile organic compounds, and other toxics. These chemicals are responsible for disease like lung cancer, pneumonia, asthma, chronic bronchitis, coronary artery disease, and chronic pulmonary disease. To reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to provide better environment it becomes necessity that pollutant in environment should be continuously monitored. Environment has become an important area of research because of its influence on human health, Hence there is a growing demand for Pollutant Monitoring System. In view of ever increasing pollution sources with toxic chemicals, this system will have the facilities to detect and quantify the sources of pollution rapidly.
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