Global Warming Solution System (GWSS

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The aim of this project is to build a system which can transfer and update data regarding weather and climatic conditions and information related to physical and biological system of the earth from different parts of world where server will be located. This data will be collected at the main server located at main research centre. The main server will be connected to satellite, which will be sending required pictures of various areas quite frequently which are most affected. These data will be consolidated and simulated using cross platforms applications based on Windows operating systems. A virtual framework will be created to link all applications and data using Windows cluster 2003 platform which is known to provide a powerful solution that allows the team run parallel, high-performance computing applications supporting improved communications, knowledge sharing, and security. Based on real time data analysis, calculation, and comparisons, we can generate estimation regarding approximate time when earth will face its destiny again, i.e. end of world. In the second phase of this project, after getting roughly number of years left, we can monitor ozone layer degradation and at what rate we can provide supplement for it. We can also know at what rate people should be migrated from the most affected areas to other place without creating disturbance or much of imbalance of nature. Based on the real time information regarding remaining time left, we can build a very large orbiting shield which will intercept sunlight before it reaches the Earth and reflect it back into the space. To implement such system, we require virtualization technology; i.e. related to the storage space as a way to pool storage from several storage devices into what appears to be a single storage machine. It can be used to consolidate massive server workloads, shuttle applications around a network with drag-anddrop ease or just to simplify data center management which can be made only possible windows HP cluster servers. This project can be additionally used for tracking unexpected natural disasters like tsunami by same way as above and can able to save human life and property. Proposed by: Ashish Sharma B.Tech. (ICT), Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology, Gandhinagar, India E-mail: sharma_ashish@daiict.ac.in Mobile: 91- 09824576227

Faculty Guide: Dr. Sanjay Chaudhary Associate Professor, Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology, Gandhinagar, India E-mail: sanjay_chaudhary@daiict.ac.in Tel: (079)-30510560

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