Earthquake detection in mountainous homes using the internet of things connected to photovoltaic energy supply

Habib Satria, Indri Dayana, Rahmad B. Y. Syah, Dian Noviandri, Muhammad Khahfi Zuhanda, Syafii Syafii, Rudi Salam


The North Sumatra region is an area with the potential for earthquakes originating from volcanic and oceanic eruptions which have resulted in many fatalities. Therefore, through the application of automatic monitoring and control system technology connected to the internet of things (IoTs), it is the right solution to provide efforts to increase security for residents of the house to always be vigilant. The security enhancement method referred to in this study is a home security system protection system by anticipating earthquakes. The advantage of this tool is that it applies a notification security system method with a sensitivity sensor which is automatically sent via email and sonor buzzer which also acts as sound vibrations due to an earthquake. The test results show that when a vibration occurs, the system will send a short email message to the user's smartphone so that the user will receive an email in the form of a warning message that the state of the house has an earthquake and the light-emitting diode (LED) interrupts and the buzzer is also on so that the alarm sounds which has been integrated into IoT. Then an integrated security monitoring system using the web can be monitored in real time.


Android application; Earthquake; Home security; Internet of things; Photovoltaic energy supply

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International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)
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