Analysis And Compilation of Humidity and Temperature Data with The Help Of IOT: A Case Study on Go Green Concept
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With the overall temperature rise across the globe and the sweltering heat these summers, one can safely assume that households will see a furious shoot-up in their electricity bills this year. While the urban population resorts to air-conditioning to escape the heat wave, the poor clamour for shade in varied confinements. About 300 million people in India live without access to power. The perfect solution for the poor to the problem of rising temperatures is the ‘Eco-Cooler’, a cooling device that can run without electricity and introducing ‘Venting Skylights’. The process involves creating grids made from repurposed plastic bottles cut in half and installed on windows as per size. Based on the direction of the wind and the pressure created by airflow, the Eco-Cooler decreases the temperature by five degrees Celsius at optimal conditions. Venting skylights can be opened or closed, allowing fresh air to circulate in home, boosting ventilation beautifully. They can also be opened to release heat build-up or moisture.