Detection air pollution based on infrared image processing
Sri Ratna Sulistiyanti, F. X. Arinto Setyawan, Muhamad Komarudin
This paper proposes a method of detecting air pollution in a region using image processing techniques. The image used is the infrared image that obtained using a modified digital camera by mounting the SRS filter. Image processing technique used is to utilize wavelet transformation. Pollutants are detected based on the average number of white pixels that appear on the image. This white pixel appears due to the reflection of the wavelength of the pollutant that hits the sensor on the camera. From the results of the proposed method detection is known that the highest pollution occurs in 12.00 which is the busiest traffic time and the lowest pollution occurred in 08.00 where the traffic passing through the area has not been crowded.