WIRELESS SYSTEM FOR TEMPERATURE MONITORING IN A VOLCANIC AREA BY USING ZIGBEE TECHNOLOGY: INITIAL CONCEPTS AND PROJECT

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Lourdes Cecilia Ruiz
Ramiro Vargas
Maria Cristina Navas
Mustahsan Shuaib

Abstract

Volcanic areas in Ecuador are certainly a topic that concerns the population. National and international institutes have carried out constant monitoring to be aware of the volcanic activity. Thus, stationary monitoring equipment was installed along the volcanic belt. However, this control stations cannot really cover the whole surface. The following study describes the design of wireless mobile equipment which constantly measures the temperature. The temperature is sent to the control station using ZigBee technology and reliable sensors. The half-duplex communication allows the user to manipulate the mobile system and observe the measured temperature in the same controller

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Ruiz, L., Vargas, R., Navas, M., & Shuaib, M. (2018). WIRELESS SYSTEM FOR TEMPERATURE MONITORING IN A VOLCANIC AREA BY USING ZIGBEE TECHNOLOGY: INITIAL CONCEPTS AND PROJECT. JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVES, 2(4), 13-20. https://doi.org/10.26900/Jsp.2018445372
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Basic Science and Engineering
Author Biography

Ramiro Vargas, Obuda University

PhD student Doctoral School on Material Sciences and Technologies

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