Microcontroller Based Smart City Infrastructure For Garbage Collection Management System

  • Tayaba Keerio
  • Muhammad Shafique Malik
  • Dr. M.S. Memon
  • Laraib Keerio
Keywords: Geographic Information System; ZigBee Wireless Sensor Network; Wireless Sensor Network; Global Positioning System; Internet of Things; ; Solid Waste Administration; Solid Waste Management TX Transmit; Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment


Smart City is an emerging phenomenon involving the implementation of public or private information technology systems to provide smart data collection and analysis. The proposed architecture consists of four layers: signal detection and processing, a network, an intelligent user interface, and a web application layer called the Internet of Things (IoT). A proof of concept model was designed and implemented based totally at the proposed architecture. The signal detection and processing layer changed into used to generate a sensible waste management system, a field with the Arduino microcontroller module, a WiFi transceiver, a proximity sensor, a gas sensor, a temperature sensor and different electronic components. The network layer offers internet-to-microcontroller interconnectivity among layers. The smart person configuration layer became designed with a browser-specific user specification, an abstraction of numerical attributes, and a design classification. This became performed using various sensors which include ultrasonic sensors and the GPS (Global Positioning System) to track the containers ' position and status, the GSM / GPRS and Arduino data transmission protect to comprise all of the above-stated materials into the modules. Dynamic garbage collection can greatly improve the efficiency of dynamic garbage collection and administration by delivering a cost-effective computer-aided process.

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Tayaba Keerio, Muhammad Shafique Malik, Dr. M.S. Memon, & Laraib Keerio. (2020). Microcontroller Based Smart City Infrastructure For Garbage Collection Management System. University of Sindh Journal of Information and Communication Technology , 4(3), 122 - 128. Retrieved from https://sujo.usindh.edu.pk/index.php/USJICT/article/view/2876

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