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Sound Prohibited Zone for Smart Cities using IoT

Bhawana A. Ahire ; Department of Information Technology, MVP Samaj's K B T College of Engineering, Gangapur Road, Udoji Maratha Boarding Compound, Nashik, Maharashtra 422013, India
Sachin R. Sakhare orcid id ; Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology, Survey No. 3/4, Kondhwa (Budruk), Pune – 411048, Maharashtra, India

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str. 92-97

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One of the dominant causes of noise pollution is the disruptive honking while traveling on a road and is particularly problematic as well as resulting in irritating sound. This results in many effects that need to be addressed taking into consideration stress, depression, mental and physical illnesses. The proposed system comprises of an embedded module that will be of great benefit to citizens of society adjacent to heavily populated roads, students studying in schools near crowded roads, patients admitted to roadside hospitals, etc. Noise Armor's alternative approach needs immense expenditure and personnel for both repair and surveillance as there is the need for expensive noise absorbers. By developing a real-time (smart) honking device that automatically allows vehicles on the road to reduce the volume of horn near conscious areas such as schools , hospitals, old-age homes, baby care centers and other organizations that are adversely damaged, our research aims to develop an effective solution for excessive honking.

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health hazards; IoT; smart honking; sound absorber; Sound Prohibited Zone; stress

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