Work place: Yaba College of Technology, Lagos Nigeria
Research Interests: Computer Architecture and Organization, Wireless Networks, Wireless Communication, Systems Architecture, Computer Networks, Data Structures and Algorithms
Oloyede O. Adetokunbohas a National Diploma in Computer science from Federal Polytechnic Offa (1997); BSc Computer Engineering from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (2005) and just completed M.Engr (Information and Communication Engineering) from Covenant University Ota (2016). She is presently a lecturer in the department of Computer Engineering, Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos Nigeria; a prolific researcher; the secretary of her institution's faculty journal and has over 8 years of teaching experience in Polytechnic education having taught both national and higher national undergraduate students in various courses such as wired and wireless networks, computer architecture, assembly language, microprocessor and microcontroller to mention a few. She has published several papers in various international and national journals and conferences. She is a student fellow of IEEE and IEE.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijem.2022.05.05, 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.[...] Read more.
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