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Smartphone with Solar Charging Mechanism to Issue Alert During Rainfall Disaster

  • Neeraj KumarEmail author
  • Alka Agrawal
  • Raees Ahmad Khan
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Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 799)

Abstract

Rainfall-induced disaster is long duration disasters that have a probability of power failure that makes disaster worst due to lack of communication. Flash Flood, long duration flood, and landslides are few examples of them. In this case, Communication between victims is a challenging job. This paper presents an idea to overcome these kinds of situations. Different tools have been developed Alert about disaster including in flood disaster but during the flood, power failure makes these impossible to work for a long duration while flood is long duration disaster. This paper introducing an Alert Network designed by different technologies including WSN, MANET, and IoT. This architecture will be able to communicate in absence of any fixed infrastructure as well as it will be able to communicate through the social media if available. For supporting the architecture, the use of the screen with a solar cell as well as OLED with a screen to enhance the battery life of a Smartphone is discussed.

Keywords

Disaster management Ad-hoc networks Disaster management network Disaster monitoring system Alert system 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.DIT, SISTBBAULucknowIndia

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