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Fernando And Álvarez – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Wireless Sensor Network For Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
    Chemical Engineering, 2012
    Co-Authors: Jesus Lozano, Jose I. Suarez, Patricia Arroyo, José Manuel Ordiales, Fernando And Álvarez

    Abstract:

    A home-made and home-developed sensor network was proposed and developed in this paper for indoor Air Quality Monitoring. The network consists of a base station connected to internet and several autonomous nodes equipped with different sensors to measure temperature, humidity, light and Air Quality. A specific program made with Labview is created to configure and supervise the operation and the measurements of the network. The communication between nodes and host is based on the standard IEEE 802.15.4 (Zig-Bee protocol) using the XBee module of Maxstream and the communication between host and PC is performed through an USB interface.

Joe-air Jiang – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • SOCA – A self sustainable Air Quality Monitoring system using WSN
    2012 Fifth IEEE International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA), 2012
    Co-Authors: Chien-hao Wang, Yu-kai Huang, Xiang-yao Zheng, Cheng-long Chuang, Joe-air Jiang

    Abstract:

    In recent years, urban Air Quality Monitoring is increasingly important. To monitor Air Quality in urban areas, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) might be a great tool, because they can automatically collect AirQuality data. WSNs are able to provide data with spatiotemporal continuity, so researchers can analyze the data in detail. This paper proposes a self-sustainable Air Quality Monitoring system based on the WSN technology to collect Air Quality parameters in an urban area. The proposed system uses carbon monoxide (CO) and particulate matter (PM) sensors to monitor CO and PM, and the readings from the two sensors are viewed as Air Quality indices. The proposed system combines a solar cell and a lead-acid battery as its power supply devices, so the system has the long-tern Monitoring capability.

  • A self sustainable Air Quality Monitoring system using WSN
    2012 Fifth IEEE International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA), 2012
    Co-Authors: Chien-hao Wang, Yu-kai Huang, Xiang-yao Zheng, Cheng-long Chuang, Joe-air Jiang

    Abstract:

    In recent years, urban Air Quality Monitoring is increasingly important. To monitor Air Quality in urban areas, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) might be a great tool, because they can automatically collect AirQuality data. WSNs are able to provide data with spatiotemporal continuity, so researchers can analyze the data in detail. This paper proposes a self-sustainable Air Quality Monitoring system based on the WSN technology to collect Air Quality parameters in an urban area. The proposed system uses carbon monoxide (CO) and particulate matter (PM) sensors to monitor CO and PM, and the readings from the two sensors are viewed as Air Quality indices. The proposed system combines a solar cell and a lead-acid battery as its power supply devices, so the system has the long-tern Monitoring capability.

  • Developed urban Air Quality Monitoring system based on wireless sensor networks
    2011 Fifth International Conference on Sensing Technology, 2011
    Co-Authors: Yu-fan Chen, Jehn-yih Juang, Joe-air Jiang

    Abstract:

    Air pollution is one of environmental issues that have been often discussed. The fast-growing population and urbanization result in the population concentrated in certain areas. Heavy transportation may lead to poor Air Quality, and inhaling pollutants for a long time also causes damages in human health. A traditional Air Quality Monitoring method is to build Air Quality Monitoring stations, but this method is expensive and provides low resolution sensing data. In addition, Monitoring stations are generally less densely deployed. This paper proposed an urban Air Quality Monitoring system based on the wireless sensor network (WSN) technology and integrated with the global system for mobile communications. The system consists of sensor node, a gateway, and a back-end platform controlled by the LabVIEW program through which sensing data can be stored in a database. This system is deployed to the main roads in the Taipei city to monitor the carbon monoxide (CO) concentration caused by vehicle emissions. The experimental results show that the proposed system can provide micro-scale Air Quality Monitoring in real-time through the WSN technology.

Jesus Lozano – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Wireless Sensor Network For Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
    Chemical Engineering, 2012
    Co-Authors: Jesus Lozano, Jose I. Suarez, Patricia Arroyo, José Manuel Ordiales, Fernando And Álvarez

    Abstract:

    A home-made and home-developed sensor network was proposed and developed in this paper for indoor Air Quality Monitoring. The network consists of a base station connected to internet and several autonomous nodes equipped with different sensors to measure temperature, humidity, light and Air Quality. A specific program made with Labview is created to configure and supervise the operation and the measurements of the network. The communication between nodes and host is based on the standard IEEE 802.15.4 (Zig-Bee protocol) using the XBee module of Maxstream and the communication between host and PC is performed through an USB interface.