Air Quality Monitoring System using Raspberry Pi and Web Socket

  title={Air Quality Monitoring System using Raspberry Pi and Web Socket},
  author={A. Mari Kirthima and Aravind Raghunath},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
Air quality nowadays has been degraded to a large extent that it has become a necessary criteria for us to monitor its quality. The quality of air has been affected by various factors like industrial emission, vehicular transmission etc. The evolution of various technology like the Internet of Things, Raspberry Pi, it has become easier for us to deploy sensors and allow to detect the quality of air in real time. The Internet Of things is a term for various devices communicating with each other… 
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