Real Time Health Monitoring System Using Arduino with Cloud TechnologyAuthor : R. Anandh and G. Indirani
Volume 7 No.1 Special Issue:November 2018 pp 29-32
Internet of Things (IoT) is a new technology in which smart devices are connected to the internet. IoT serves and motivates for health monitoring systems where sensors that are either worn inside or outside the human body. The sensors collect the information of physical and logical conditions and the movements of the patient. This research paper aims to develop a system which gives body temperature and heart rate using sensors LM35 and AD8232 heart rate monitor sensor respectively. These sensors are incorporated and interfaced with Arduino UNO board, ESP8266 for wireless data transmission to Thing Speak. The outcome of result on Thing speak is Data visualization. So that record of data can be stored and accessed over a period of time.
IOT, Health Monitoring, Heart Rate, Body Temperature, ARDUINO, Thing Speak
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