Toilet Hygiene System

4 Pages Posted: 3 Apr 2020

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Aniket Waje

University of Mumbai - K. J. Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology (KJSIEIT)

Nooryan Shaikh

University of Mumbai - K. J. Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology (KJSIEIT)

Prashant Pansare

University of Mumbai - K. J. Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology (KJSIEIT)

Pradnya Kamble

University of Mumbai - Department of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering

Date Written: April 8, 2020

Abstract

In the cutting-edge world, the advances are definitely grown, yet at the same time the cleanliness in our nation is under risk. The main aim is to deliver clean and hygiene toilets. All the toilets should be clean and hygiene. Indian government has introduced the scheme called “Swachh Bharat” (Clean India).[1] Keeping the toilets uncontaminated is the one of the objectives of Clean India scheme. In future, it can show the major part in clean India scheme. In an Existing system, they are focused only on identifying the dirt in the toilets. In that system, we have determined on keeping toilets clean. It can dodge many problems. It may create the consciousness amongst people about the toilet management. Therefore, this development is to use safe and hygienic toilets. Hygiene in public toilets is generally monitored by manual inspection. Data from many cities reveal that manual inspection regime has systemic biases and enforcement is not uniform. Alternatively, hygiene may be monitored by using sensors to measure concentration of gases produced as by-products. However, sensor calibration must be done for each installation separately which increases the cost of such a system. We propose a hybrid hygiene monitoring system that combines user ratings to autocalibrate the gas sensors to produce reliable results. Our algorithm combines both these inputs into a community benchmark hygiene rating.

Keywords: IR sensor, Gas sensors, Arduino

Suggested Citation

Waje, Aniket and Shaikh, Nooryan and Pansare, Prashant and Kamble, Pradnya, Toilet Hygiene System (April 8, 2020). Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Advances in Science & Technology (ICAST) 2020, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3567165 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3567165

Aniket Waje (Contact Author)

University of Mumbai - K. J. Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology (KJSIEIT) ( email )

Somaiya Ayurvihar Complex
Eastern Express Highway
Mumbai, MA Maharashtra 400022
India

Nooryan Shaikh

University of Mumbai - K. J. Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology (KJSIEIT) ( email )

Somaiya Ayurvihar Complex
Eastern Express Highway
Mumbai, MA Maharashtra 400022
India

Prashant Pansare

University of Mumbai - K. J. Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology (KJSIEIT) ( email )

Somaiya Ayurvihar Complex
Eastern Express Highway
Mumbai, MA Maharashtra 400022
India

Pradnya Kamble

University of Mumbai - Department of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering ( email )

Ayurvihar Complex, Everard Nagar
Mumbai
India

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