IOT BASED ALCOHOL DETECTION FOR INDUSTRY WORKERS
Nowadays there are so many accidents happening in the industries (Mechanical, chemical) due to the workers who consume alcohol during their work period. In order to prevent and reduce the rate of accidents happening in the industry, there are few preventive measures which has been evolved. Now we use new methods and technology for detecting the alcohol consumption of the worker. For this we use alcohol sensor which is placed along with the biometric attendance system. The workers have to pass the alcohol detection test then only they can able to proceed for their biometric attendance. If the worker does not pass the alcohol detection test then that worker would not be able to register for the biometric attendance system. This alcohol detection system is kept in a room that capable of detecting only one person at a time.
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