A system to prevent toiletry (lavatory)-based diseases such as norovirus, staphylococcus, escherichia and streptococcus through IoT and embedded systems
by R. Giridhararajan; Shriram K. Vasudevan; Ikram Shah; S. Karthikeyan; S.N. Abhishek
International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms (IJAIP), Vol. 26, No. 2, 2023

Abstract: Toiletry-based diseases play a major role in world hygiene. Lack of toilets and lack of proper toilet maintenance often cause fatalities. From the bus stands in interior villages, to the most sophisticated airports, toilets play a major role. Also, lavatories inside the train, plane or any other mode of transport are inclusive in the list. Improper maintenance of these would lead to many disastrous and dangerous diseases like, staphylococcus, escherichia and streptococcus. Often, children are the major targets. Hence, it is important to provide a technical solution to monitor their quality, so as to maintain them as and when required. Here, we aim at getting a frugal IoT-based solution to monitor the quality, gather feedback and alert the concerned about the cleanliness of lavatory. The system is tested for its functionality, and it is observed that, if implemented, it would be definitely add value for the users and would help in building healthy chain of lavatories.

Online publication date: Tue, 28-Nov-2023

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