Wireless Sensor System for Prediction of Carbon Monoxide Concentration using Fuzzy Time Series

Suryono Suryono, Ragil Saputra, Bayu Surarso, Ali Bardadi


Carbon monoxide (CO) concentration produced from incomplete material burning affects both work health and safety. A smart system capable of early detection of carbon monoxide (CO) concentration is therefore required. This research develops a carbon monoxide sensor detection capability using a wireless sensor system that transmits data to the web server via internet connection. A semiconductor CO sensor is installed in a remote terminal unit. A computer application is developed for data acquisition and sending  via online and in real time to a web server using an internet modem. For a web-based prediction of CO concentration, a Fuzzy Time Series algorithm induced by Pritpal Sing matrix is used. This research uses CO concentration data for two months. The resulting carbon monoxide concentration   prediction   is  displayed   in  real  time  on  a dashboard. This prediction is for the next day’s forecast. Results show that the Fuzzy Time Series that is induced by Pritpal Sing matrix has an average error of 2.67 %, calculated  with its average forecasting error rate (AFER). This error value varies, depending on the number of data and data characteristics.


error percentage; Internet connection; on-line; prediction; real time; wireless

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