Creating the best possible conditions is essential for proper cell growth. Incubators, a type of biotechnological instrument, are used to simulate this condition and maintain the cells within them. The processes involved in creating a mobile incubator, which are essential for monitoring a cell culture's physiological parameters, are outlined in this article. The goal is to keep image-taking during cell development from compromising data accuracy. The cell culture is prone to contamination once it has been removed from the incubation environment for further monitoring. The proposed approach allows for on-the-go monitoring of the cell culture. Moreover, it enables constant monitoring.