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A complex hazards detection system based on Eco-sensors pack
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 Title & Authors
A complex hazards detection system based on Eco-sensors pack
Jang, Jaechun; Kim, Eunhee; Lim, Changmok;
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 Abstract
There are numerous hazards and toxins have been produced in many forms along with life and working environments. Nevertheless, to remove theses hazards and toxins, there are many counteracting goods manufactured, but the result is limited in specific categories. Also it costs a lot of energy waste. In this paper, we propose a model that reduce wasting energy for detecting and getting rid of the harms. It adds a multi hazards auto-detection model for user friendly include the disable. It will be controlled the minimal sensed level of the harms by individuals through the proposed model. It can conduct detecting and eliminating the harms via eco-sensors pack which is adapted in different environments. As a result, the model works to produce only essential energy to clear the hazard and toxins as soon as the harms are generated and it leads to standby power.
 Keywords
IAQ;Hazards detection;Standby power;Sensing;
 Language
Korean
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