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Global industrial process monitoring through IoT using Raspberry pi
Elizabeth kadiyala, Shravya meda, Revathi basani,
Published in IEEE
Pages: 260 - 262
Objectives: With the fast increment in the quality of client of the internet over the previous decade has made the internet as a feature of the life and IoT is the most recent and developing innovation. Internet of Things (IoT) is developing systems of ordinary item from customer merchandise to mechanical machine that can share data and complete and while you are occupied with different exercises. This system is planned minimal effort and expandable permitting a variety of device to be monitored. In this project only sensors has been monitored for better result they has to be controlled wirelessly through IoT. Methods/Statistical analysis: All the sensors that are connected to the Atmega are sensing the values at different conditions and displaying the values in LCD as well as the values are stored in the cloud. Whenever there is a change in the measured parameter that changed values are being updated. This ensures the correctness of the system at every instant of time the values are automatically updated in the cloud. Findings: Global industrial process monitoring through IoT is a system that uses computer or mobile devices to monitor functions in industry. It is intended to spare electric force and human vitality. The sensors that can be checked are temperature, light intensity, water level, current and voltage. These sensors are associated with Atmega and interface with Raspberry pi and observed qualities are put away in cloud. The modern procedure monitoring system varied from other system by permitting the client to work the system from any place around the globe through internet association. The system will consequently change on the base of the sensors information. Application: Engineers and scientists around the world use embedded systems to prototype and diagnostics, monitoring, and control applications within a variety of demanding industry environments. Rugged and modular hardware provides the flexibility to meet your specific embedded system application needs today and in the future. © 2017 IEEE.
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JournalData powered by Typeset2017 International Conference on Nextgen Electronic Technologies: Silicon to Software (ICNETS2)
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