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  •   Prakash Kanade

  •   Jai Prakash Prasad

  •   Sunay Kanade

Abstract

Notwithstanding adding to the presentation of imaginative innovations and arising business openings in numerous business sectors, improvements in innovation have since brought down labor force requests and working expenses. Likewise, the nature of administrations offered has been upgraded. In this way, as a key empowering innovation for a wide assortment of medical care applications, particularly for the older and handicapped, the Internet of Things (IoT) has as of late acquired extraordinary footing. While IoT-based advancements have started to help the old and incapacitated in numerous parts of their lives and occupations, and IoT helps support the nature of living for the old and crippled, the volume of IoT information produced has risen essentially and surpassed assumptions. An expected option for following their wellbeing status is to make a brilliant wheelchair-based wellbeing checking framework, since it is satisfactory for a more extensive assortment of watchers and, in contrast to wearable gadgets, doesn't need a great deal of support. Shrewd wheelchairs center on the versatility of the unit, yet in addition on observing the patient's prosperity. The point of the current work is to fabricate a shrewd detecting wheelchair through the establishment of sensors inside its structures. The innovation grasped is the Internet of Things, where sensors screen the heartbeat and blood oxygen levels, measure them through implanted frameworks, and move them to the cloud to initiate a trigger in case of any anomaly. The made trigger can be as a SMS or email.

Keywords: Arduino, Internet of Things (IoT), LeenaBOT, Raspberry pi

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Kanade, P., Prasad, J.P. and Kanade, S. 2021. IOT based Smart Healthcare Wheelchair for Independent Elderly. European Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 5, 5 (Sep. 2021), 4-9. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejece.2021.5.5.355.