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Title: GO:eARth : a mobile application that encourages recycling (C)
Authors: Teo, Sandra Gi Peng
Keywords: Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Project: A3008-191
Abstract: Waste management is a problem that Singapore is facing along with population growth. With the projected rise in the amount of waste due to increasing wealth and population, Singapore's solid waste management is narrowing down to two main points – zero waste and recycling. With recycling being one of the key indicators and a growing trend in the use of mobile applications in our daily lives, the purpose of this project is to improve the convenience of recycling to Singapore residents. GO:eARth is a mobile application designed and developed for the residents of Singapore. GO:eARth has three main features, an image recognition scanner, an interactive mobile game and a navigation system. This project focuses on the user interface of the mobile device, the image recognition scanner and the navigation system. GO:eARth is designed and developed for devices running both the IOS platform and the Android OS platform. GO:eARth is developed using the Visual Studio Code running on the programming language, JavaScript. Firebase is used to build the database of GO:eARth and Clarifai is used to train data for the recognition of different recyclable items.
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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