Internet of Things (IoT) Earthquake Detector based on Ground Acceleration Waves
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IoT (Internet of Things) device which: (a) Records the seismic acceleration (g = 9.8 m / s2) and represents it graphically (graphical charts) through the IoT ThingSpeak Interface Platform (http: //http://thingspeak.com), b) registering the time and the duration of the earthquake, (c) Wired or wirelessly connected to the Internet and accessible at https://thingspeak.com/channels/250571 channel, worldwide, d) Sending tweets to school account on Twitter and informs about seismic activity when prices go through a "critical threshold" (policy criterion), and finally, e) It maps as a device to its google map location.
Keywords: seismograph, Internet of Things, IoT, seismic acceleration, acceleration graphs, seismic waves, google maps, policy criteria, creativity, responsibility, ICT, STEM
Learning Objectives: seismology, seismic ground waves, resolving real world problems, data collection, data visualisation, problem solving, inquire based learning, creativity, responsibility, use of ICT
Rating: -/5
Views: 213
Languages: English, Greek
Students age group: 12 - 15
Subject domain: Mathematics, Science, ICT, Engineering, Technology
# of students participating: 6
Updated on: 15.03.2019

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