Development of a Remote Monitoring System for Henhouse Environment Based on IoT Technology
AbstractTo monitor multiple environmental factors of henhouses in modern chicken farms, a henhouse online monitoring system based on wireless sensor network was developed using wireless sensor technology and computer network technology. Sensor data compensation and correction were designed to be achieved using software and data fitting methods, data reliable transmission achieved using a data loss recovery strategy, and data missing during monitoring addressed using a self-decision and online filling method. Operation test of the system showed that: The system was economic and reliable; it enabled wireless monitoring and Web display of the environmental factors of a henhouse; and the root mean square errors (RMSEs) between the estimated values from the self-decision and on-line filling method and experimental values of the four environmental factors were 0.1698, 3.0859, 77 and 0.094, respectively, indicative of high estimation accuracy. The system can provide support for modern management of henhouses and can be transplanted to related monitoring scenarios in the agricultural field. View Full-Text
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Li, H.; Wang, H.; Yin, W.; Li, Y.; Qian, Y.; Hu, F. Development of a Remote Monitoring System for Henhouse Environment Based on IoT Technology. Future Internet 2015, 7, 329-341.
Li H, Wang H, Yin W, Li Y, Qian Y, Hu F. Development of a Remote Monitoring System for Henhouse Environment Based on IoT Technology. Future Internet. 2015; 7(3):329-341.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Hua; Wang, Huan; Yin, Wenqing; Li, Yongwei; Qian, Yan; Hu, Fei. 2015. "Development of a Remote Monitoring System for Henhouse Environment Based on IoT Technology." Future Internet 7, no. 3: 329-341.