Development of Metal Polishing Dust Monitoring System using the Internet of Things and Cloud Server
Keywords:Internet of Things, 4G Network, Cloud Server, Socket, Web Service
In order to increase the management efficiency and decrease the maintenance costs in the traditional dust monitoring system, a novel real-time remote monitoring system using the Internet of Things and cloud server is proposed in this paper. The system includes several sensor nodes, a sink node and Cloud Server. The high-precision dust probe, temperature and humidity sensors, water flow sensors and hydrogen transmitters are integrated together into a sensor node to access the metal polished environmental information. Then, the collected information is transmitted to sink-node using the 2.4G wireless network. The sink-node uploads data to the Cloud Server through the 4G network and TCP Socket. Based on the Browser/Server (B/S) model, a remote monitoring system is developed by using Tencent Cloud Server, C# language, and SQL database. As a result, the on-site metal polishing environmental information is obtained via the App and Web page.
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