An Efficient Wireless Sensor Network for Industrial Monitoring and Control
AbstractThis paper presents the design of a wireless sensor network particularly designed for remote monitoring and control of industrial parameters. The article describes the network components, protocol and sensor deployment, aimed to accomplish industrial constraint and to assure reliability and low power consumption. A particular case of study is presented. The system consists of a base station, gas sensing nodes, a tree-based routing scheme for the wireless sensor nodes and a real-time monitoring application that operates from a remote computer and a mobile phone. The system assures that the industrial safety quality and the measurement and monitoring system achieves an efficient industrial monitoring operations. The robustness of the developed system and the security in the communications have been guaranteed both in hardware and software level. The system is flexible and can be adapted to different environments. The testing of the system confirms the feasibility of the proposed implementation and validates the functional requirements of the developed devices, the networking solution and the power consumption management. View Full-Text
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Aponte-Luis, J.; Gómez-Galán, J.A.; Gómez-Bravo, F.; Sánchez-Raya, M.; Alcina-Espigado, J.; Teixido-Rovira, P.M. An Efficient Wireless Sensor Network for Industrial Monitoring and Control. Sensors 2018, 18, 182.
Aponte-Luis J, Gómez-Galán JA, Gómez-Bravo F, Sánchez-Raya M, Alcina-Espigado J, Teixido-Rovira PM. An Efficient Wireless Sensor Network for Industrial Monitoring and Control. Sensors. 2018; 18(1):182.Chicago/Turabian Style
Aponte-Luis, Juan; Gómez-Galán, Juan A.; Gómez-Bravo, Fernando; Sánchez-Raya, Manuel; Alcina-Espigado, Javier; Teixido-Rovira, Pedro M. 2018. "An Efficient Wireless Sensor Network for Industrial Monitoring and Control." Sensors 18, no. 1: 182.
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