Computer Science & Electrical

Computer Science & Electrical

Study and design of a local weather station with smart sensors

Pages: 4  ,  Volume: 40  ,  Issue: 1 , November   2019
Received: 14 Nov 2019  ,  Published: 15 November 2019
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Authors

# Author Name
1 COULIBALY BOURAMA

Abstract

These sensors will retrieve metrological information such as: temperature and humidity of air, soil, wind, sun, rain etc. The presence of rain and the detection of day and night. All this retrieved information will be sent to a Firebase database via a Wi-Fi Shield. Numerical weather prediction models use the laws of fluid dynamics and atmospheric chemistry to assimilate available meteorological data onto a grid and project their evolution over time. We have developed a mobile application with Ionic that allows us to ensure access to information in real time. The user has access to this information everywhere with low cost because it is one of the advantages offered by the technologies that we have chosen for the realization of the platform, in order to improve the resilience to climate change compared to the classic weather station.These sensors will retrieve metrological information such as: temperature and humidity of air, soil, wind, sun, rain etc. The presence of rain and the detection of day and night. All this retrieved information will be sent to a Firebase database via a Wi-Fi Shield. Numerical weather prediction models use the laws of fluid dynamics and atmospheric chemistry to assimilate available meteorological data onto a grid and project their evolution over time. We have developed a mobile application with Ionic that allows us to ensure access to information in real time. The user has access to this information everywhere with low cost because it is one of the advantages offered by the technologies that we have chosen for the realization of the platform, in order to improve the resilience to climate change compared to the classic weather station.

Keywords

  • Wifi Shield
  • design and realization of weather station
  • smart sensors
  • Firebase
  • IONIC
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