Adigun J. Oyeranmi

Work place: Yaba College of Technology, Lagos Nigeria



Research Interests: Computer Science & Information Technology


Oyeranmi Adigun (PhD) is the 8th Director, Centre for Information Technology and Management, Yaba College of Technology. Adigun holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Ibadan, a Master degree in Business Administration from University of Ilorin, a Master’s degree of Computer Science from University of Lagos, a Master of Philosophy from Universite de Nancy 2 Nancy, France, and a PhD in Computer Science from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria. A widely travelled researcher, academic and administrator, he spent his early career life as Lecturer at Kwara State Polytechnic Ilorin, Kwara state. At Yaba College of Technology, Adigun was a two-term Head of Department (2004-2008); Dean of the School of Technology (2011-2014). Adigun is a CPN Registered member and member Nigeria Computer Society and other professional bodies. He has published more than 38 research papers in leading International peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings.

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Gas Leakage Detector and Monitoring System

By Nureni Asafe Yekini Adigun J. Oyeranmi Oloyede A. Olamide Akinade O. Abigael

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2022

Leakage of gas is a major issue in the industrial sector, residential buildings, and gas-powered vehicles, one of the preventive methods to stop accidents associated with gas leakage is to install gas leakage detection devices. The focus of this work is to propose a device that can detect gas leakage and alert the owners to avert problems due to gas leakages. The system is based on a microcontroller that employs a gas sensor as well as a GSM module, an LCD display, and a buzzer. The system was designed for gas leakage monitoring and alerts with SMS via an Arduino microcontroller with a buzzer and an MQ2 gas sensor. The circuit contains a Microcontroller MQ2 gas sensor, buzzer, LCD display, and GSM module, when the sensor detects gas leakage it transmit the information to the Microcontroller while the microcontroller makes a decision and then forwarded a warning message to the user as SMS to a mobile phone for decision to be taken accordingly. The output of this research will be significant in averting problems associated with gas leakages now and in future. 

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