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Volume - 5 | Issue - 3 | september 2023

Trek Monitoring System: Enhancing Safety and Adventure in the Outdoors using Arduino UNO and NodeMCU
Akash Sunar  , Badri Lamichhane, Gobinda Pandey, Jagdish Yogi, Navaraj Poudel
Pages: 235-252
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Sunar, A., Lamichhane, B., Pandey, G., Yogi, J. & Poudel, N. (2023). Trek Monitoring System: Enhancing Safety and Adventure in the Outdoors using Arduino UNO and NodeMCU. Journal of Electronics and Informatics, 5(3), 235-252. doi:10.36548/jei.2023.3.001
Published
16 August, 2023
Abstract

The Trek Monitoring System is a comprehensive hardware and software research initiative aimed at ensuring the safety and navigation of trekkers under the purview of Trekking Companies. This system addresses potential health and weather related challenges that may arise during treks, providing trekkers with a reliable guide to reach their destinations safely. The research encompasses a user friendly website offering essential information on various locations, detailed itineraries, and real time weather forecasts. Additionally, a specially designed hardware gadget, comprising a Temperature Sensor, Pulse Sensor, Arduino, LCD I2C Display, NodeMCU, and GPS Module, presents trekkers with instant temperature and pulse data while transmitting the same, along with precise GPS location, to the website. This facilitates continuous monitoring by Trekking Companies, enabling prompt assistance whenever necessary. The system further ensures regular assessment of trekker’s health conditions, contributing to timely search and rescue operations when it is necessary. By providing an efficient and secure trekking environment encompassing weather forecasts, location tracking, and health monitoring, the Trek Monitoring System promotes a seamless and protected trekking experience.

Keywords

Trek Monitoring System Safety Navigation Trekkers Weather Forecasts Health Monitoring Location Tracking Real time Data Assistance Trekking Adventure

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