• Nilesh M. Patil, Sanil Rodrigues


Many people get heat strokes during summer because they play in the sun for too long. Heat stroke
can potentially be harmful to humans during exercise in warm environments. Many illnesses, such
as heat cramps and hypothermia, are caused by heat or hot temperatures. To avoid this dangerous
situation; we developed an early warning capable Heatstroke Detection System. First, we used a
range of physical instruments to collect medical data from exercise personnel, such as the LM35
temperature sensor for measuring body temperature. In addition, we used practical components
like buzzer for risk assessment to identify the heat stroke functionality for users. If a unsafe situation
is detected the buzzer will growl for 15 seconds alerting the user that he may get a heatstroke.

How to Cite
Nilesh M. Patil, Sanil Rodrigues. (2020). HEAT STROKE ALERT DEVICE. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(6s), 2492-2497. Retrieved from http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/11918