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2023 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Discovery in Concurrent Engineering, ICECONF 2023 ; 2023.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2294325


Uncollected filled bins during the COVID pandemic in hospitals and at home are a common issue these days. This becomes a source of community spread of COVID-19. Here the key issue is unsanitary waste management, which can be controlled by an efficient IoT-based smart bin system to present garbage level collected in bins in 'COVID' wards through the use of ultrasonic sensor which stops rubbish from overflowing from smart bins and a gas sensor to determine if any dangerous gases are emitted. The virus and pathogens are neutralized with the help of ultraviolet rays. A rechargeable battery that runs on a solar Piezo hybrid power charges the system. As a result, the bin tends to minimize the potential of infectious illness transmitted to healthcare professionals. Smart bins will prevent overflowing waste from the bins and also stop unsanitary conditions from prevailing nearby. It is a straightforward yet incredibly valuable concept. © 2023 IEEE.