The Design of Microcontroller Based Early Warning Fire Detection System for Home Monitoring
Fire is a type of disaster that can occur anytime and anywhere as a result of any accidental or intentional causes. Without exception, houses are also very vulnerable to fire. To anticipate the catastrophic effects of fire that can destroy houses, advanced technology, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) can be utilized to detect the smoke and fire. This study aims to design an early warning fire detection system for home monitoring using smoke detection sensors based on Arduino microcontroller together with NodeMCU ESP8266. This early warning fire detection system is expected to function by notifying homeowners when detecting the presence of smoke in their homes. With the aid of this detection system, the issue of potential damage, death, or material loss caused by fire can be significantly reduced. The results and testing of the designed system will be discussed in the paper.
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