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Server Room Security and Maintenance


Abhishek Tiwari ; Chirag Beri; Sairaj Amberkar; Niranjan Samudre


Server Room Maintenance, Server Room Security


Server room is one of the crucial spaces that require high security protection and maintenance. All the important data and information of an organization is stored in server. Real-time monitoring of temperature has become crucial in cases like server room, incubators of infants in hospitals, coal mines, green houses etc. In all these cases we prefer a temperature sensor which ensures user’s safety, proper alarming conditions, which are simple to use (user friendly), easy calibrations, small and light weight, inexpensive and effective. Also fire detection system for the protection of the server room and to test the functionality of the system is crucial. We propose to use a microcontroller to implement this system. The sensor senses the parameters such as temperature, fire, intruder detection etc. This parameter are then processed by the microcontroller and then stored in the system. Based on the input received by the flame sensor the microcontroller regulates the air ventilation mechanism. The significance of this system is to develop internal server room security using air ventilation system and a mechanism to suppress fire. Also aim to provide an effective alert and control mechanism when the temperature of the scenario goes beyond a critical value. If the parameters go beyond a critical value, which can be calibrated initially, an alarm is turned on in the room to give a primary warning to the person in-charge of the locality. If there is no adequate response, an SMS (Short Message Service) notification is given via wireless modem to the responsible person. An emergency call is also made to the responsible person via the GSM Module.

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Paper ID: NCTAAP154
Published in: Conference 4 : NCTAA 2016
Publication Date: 29/02/2016
Page(s): 660-667

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