Air quality indexing and its correction.

  • Anjali Deswal, Neha Verma, Himanshi Sharma, Muskaan Mittal
  • The problem of air pollution is less affected by fossil fuel usage or burning of leaves and more contributed by the lack of awareness among the commons. People are oblivious of the activities and methods that are leading to their own environment degradation. People react seasonally to environmental pollution instead of taking daily measures to improve their surroundings. The public also needs to be aware of the current condition of each location they visit or about to visit. An app-based IoT solution could help bridge the gap being presented.

  • Millennials and parents of millennials who drive petrol and diesel cars within the city or within 100 km range of the city, people who have construction activities going around them or people going to such cities for a visit, patients, homes unaware of household air pollution, within societies and colonies. Scope can be expanded to local administrative bodies like Municipal corporations, policy makers.

    How many of us consider pollution as a factor while buying/renting a place?

  • https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11gts8qfP9uDqUa53uxP6wkqYck5gkiQBlUnrCtkwsm4/edit?usp=sharing

  • https://docs.google.com/document/d/17tLCQmc36THVlCTwY8aRTP6Se6ixsg5EAxKen8huzkQ/edit?usp=sharing

October 20, 2019

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