Design and Development of Mobile Automobile Exhaust Detection System Based on Internet of Things
The rapid development of automobile industry in modern society, and automobile has become an indispensable walking tool in people’s Daily life, which brings a lot of convenience to people’s life and work. But in the car to provide us with convenience at the same time the air quality is also deteriorating, causing a lot of problems for the environment. In view of the urgent and arduous task of controlling automobile exhaust emissions and protecting the environment, this paper proposes to design and develop a mobile automobile exhaust detection system based on the internet of things, so that the exhaust emissions generated by the operation of the automobile will be mixed into the air, which makes the air pollution more and more serious. In order to effectively control the exhaust emissions.
KeywordsInternet of things Exhaust detection Mobile communications
This work was supported by the National Key Research and Development Program of China (No. 2017YFB0306605 and No. 2017YFB0103503). This work was also supported by the program for Research Center of Automobile Safety Technology of Jilin Engineering Normal University and Innovative Research Team of Jilin Engineering Normal University (IRTJLENU).
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