Sensor Systems for PHM

Sensor Systems for PHM

ABSTRACT:

“Garbage in, garbage out” is a saying familiar to many of us. In other words, when the quality of input data is poor, the low quality of outputs is unavoidable. Prognostics and health management (PHM) techniques can be developed through four sequential steps: (i) data collection, (ii) feature extraction, (iii) diagnostics and prognostics, and (iv) health management. If the first step of data collection is not designed properly, the final outcome of the PHM techniques will be unreliable, regardless of the soundness of the remaining three steps. As a result, the PHM techniques starting with poor data collection can be easily identified and abandoned by the user. Therefore, data sensing is the first and most critical step in the implementation of PHM techniques for electronic products.

REFERENCE:

Hyunseok Oh,Michael H. Azarian, Shunfeng Cheng, and Michael G. Pecht, “Sensor Systems for PHM”, IEEE 2018.

 

Sensor Failure Detection and Faulty Data Accommodation Approach for Instrumented Wastewater Infrastructures

Sensor Failure Detection and Faulty Data Accommodation Approach for Instrumented Wastewater Infrastructures

ABSTRACT:

In wastewater industry, real-time sensing of surface temperature variations on concrete sewer pipes is paramount in assessing the rate of microbial-induced corrosion. However, the sensing systems are prone to failures due to the aggressively corrosive environmental conditions inside sewer assets. Therefore, reliable sensing in such infrastructures is vital for water utilities to enact efficient wastewater management. In this context, this paper presents a sensor failure detection and faulty data accommodation (SFDFDA) approach that aids to digitally monitor the health conditions of the sewer monitoring sensors. The SFDFDA approach embraces seasonal autoregressive integrated moving average (SARIMA) model with a statistical hypothesis testing technique for enabling temporal forecasting of sensor variable. Then, it identifies and isolates anomalies in a continuous stream of sensor data whilst detecting early sensor failure. Finally, the SFDFDA approach provides reliable estimates of sensor data in the event of sensor failure or during the scheduled maintenance period of sewer monitoring systems. The SFDFDA approach was evaluated by using the surface temperature data sourced from the instrumented wastewater infrastructure and the results have demonstrated the effectiveness of the SFDFDA approach and its applicability to surface temperature monitoring sensor suites.

REFERENCE:

KARTHICK THIYAGARAJAN, (Member, IEEE), SARATH KODAGODA, (Member, IEEE), LINH VAN NGUYEN, (Member, IEEE), and RAVINDRA RANASINGHE (Member, IEEE), “Sensor Failure Detection and Faulty Data Accommodation Approach for Instrumented Wastewater Infrastructures”, IEEE 2018.

Door automation system based on speech command and PIN using Android smartphone

Door automation system based on speech command and PIN using Android smartphone

ABSTRACT:

Home automation is the implementation of information technology and control system to facilitate the daily life easier. The growth of technology make smartphone can control the home appliances. An automated device can work more flexible and efficient, including the use in unlocking door. For busy family or busy people, it is not easy to get out of the seat only to reach the door for unlocking people that already have known and made appointment before. The proposed system presents friendly expense design and implementation of home automation to unlock the door with authentication through speech command or pin via smartphone application. So, it is not only the open button from smartphone application that anyone can control, but also it is added an interface for speech command or pin which also can be useful as security. Users can change the password used by themselves. Thus, only users who know the password can control to unlock the door. The smartphone application designed facilitate the users to be free to choose the authentication between speech command or pin. In speech command, users can easily open the door with say it. Another work being tried is open the door with pin. It can help disabled people with speech impaired to be still able use the application. The design of proposed method is based on Android smartphone application, Bluetooth module and Arduino Board. Android smartphone application is used for serial communication to the Bluetooth module which is connected in Arduino Board to unlock the door. Besides it has low cost, Bluetooth based wireless home automation system can be easy implemented in the home. The suggested system is tested and it gives the expected system with more feature as authentication, either with speech command or with pin. Speech command enacted to the system is also tested the Bluetooth connectivity. The farthest range is 14 m to the controlled hardware system.

REFERENCE:

Retha Dinar Hayu Arifin, Riyanarto Sarno, “Door automation system based on speech command and PIN using Android smartphone”, IEEE 2018.

Development of Device for Gesture To Speech Conversion For The Mute Community

Development of Device for Gesture To Speech Conversion For The Mute Community

ABSTRACT:

The mute community around the globe has a hard time communicating with the rest of the world’s population. This communication gap is there because a dumb person uses sign language which is not comprehensible by a normal person. This project mainly focuses on removing the barrier of communication between the mute community and the people not familiar with the concept of sign language so that the messages that a dumb person is trying to relay is understandable to a person with no knowledge of sign language. The design of the device is based on embedded systems. Flex sensors and microcontroller are the key components.

REFERENCE:

H S Kala, Sudarshana Chakma, Sushith Rai S, Sushmita Pal, Uzma Sulthana K, “Development of Device for Gesture To Speech Conversion For The Mute Community”, IEEE 2018.

Development of a Novel Approach to Enhance the performance of real time intelligent Telemetry based Irrigation System

Development of a Novel Approach to Enhance the performance of real time intelligent Telemetry based Irrigation System

ABSTRACT:

In our research work the main goals are to develop a system which can keep an eye on the watering system of plants and irrigation can be controlled via telemetry as most of the time, farmer leaves the water pump on and when power supply has gone ,most of the water is freely flow and hence water is wasted and second thing is that by this process power is also wasted. So, we are working on developing a system which can track the irrigation system of plants by using telemetry and give the intimation of power ON and OFF of water pump. By this water is not wasted and labour of farmer This gives a system which is fully reliable according to the need of farmer and automatically turn ON and OFF the water pump according to the moisture level of the farm unit. The proposed system automatically kept an eye on the natural parameters of the plants like temperature, moisture , humidity etc. by which growth of plants is affected.

REFERENCE:

Manju Kaushik, Rajeev Ratan, “Development of a Novel Approach to Enhance the performance of real time intelligent Telemetry based Irrigation System”, IEEE 2018.

Design and Implementation of IoT Based Smart Laboratory

Design and Implementation of IoT Based Smart Laboratory

ABSTRACT:

Internet of things (IoT) provides a platform that allows devices to be connected, sensed and controlled remotely across a network infrastructure. This work aims to develop a smart laboratory system in CIT campus based on IoT and mobile application technologies to monitor the overall activities of the lab including energy consumption and utilization of devices, environmental parameters via sensors, thereby providing a smart environment to CIT with energy efficiency and comfort. IoT smart hardware kits are designed using ESP8266, Arduino UNO, relays, current transformers, Raspberry Pi3 and sensors. The proposed work controls and monitors the devices of the CIT IoT lab using the dashboard developed in Node-RED or ANDROID STUDIO Mobile Application. Devices in laboratory are connected to IoT smart hardware kit. Dashboard and Mobile Application has been developed for interfacing IoT smart hardware kit & MQTT broker. Node MCU is also coded to monitor and update the temperature, humidity and light intensity inside laboratory. A database has been created for a prototype switch to view status history. From the results of implementation, it is observed that the appliances in our lab are remotely monitored and controlled, thereby reducing their energy consumption considerably.

REFERENCE:

Poongothai, P. Muthu Subramanian, A. Rajeswari, “Design and Implementation of IoT Based Smart Laboratory”, IEEE 2018.

Design and Development of Portable Spirometer

Design and Development of Portable Spirometer

ABSTRACT:

Spirometer as main device to perfom spirometry test is needed to make clinical diagnosis of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), a limitation airflow disease. Spirometer will produce Forced Vital Capacity (FVC), maximum volume of air that can be exhaled during a forced maneuver and produce Forced Expired Volume in one second (FEV1), volume expired in the first second of maximal expiration after a maximal inspiration as the main factor to diagnosis COPD. Spirometry test generally performed at a health clinic or medical offices but nowdays home spirometry with portable devices is slowly gaining acceptance. But current portable home based spirometers have no coaching, feedback, or quality control mechanisms from physicians to ensure acceptable measurements. This study creates android messaging, javafx desktop and website based information system integrated to portable spirometer made from MPX5100DP sensor to calculate the pressure during FVC, and Arduino nano to keep track and maintaince spirometry test.

REFERENCE:

Udin Harun Al Rasyid, Kemalasari, Muhammad Sulistiyo, Sritrusta Sukaridhoto, “Design and Development of Portable Spirometer”, IEEE 2018.

Android Based PLC Data Monitoring Interface with Industrial Data Communication Port

Android Based PLC Data Monitoring Interface with Industrial Data Communication Port

ABSTRACT:

This paper introduces design and implementation of Android-based monitoring of PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) digital and analog inputs and / or outputs with using communication port which is widely used in the industry. Inputs / outputs data is transferred to the designed embedded system board using industrial communication port RS-485. Bluetooth hardware and software are used to communicate with the Android mobile device. This data is viewed on designed low-cost system in real-time without cable. In this direction, the operator panel that gives data to the user with the working PLC in the industrial will be redundant and benefit from place and cost.

REFERENCE:

Arya KANMAZ1 ve Halit ÖRENBAŞ1, Savaş ŞAHİN, “Android Based PLC Data Monitoring Interface with Industrial Data Communication Port”, IEEE 2018.

The Development of Quail Eggs Smart Incubator for Hatching System based on Microcontroller and Internet of Things (IoT)

The Development of Quail Eggs Smart Incubator for Hatching System based on Microcontroller and Internet of Things (IoT)

ABSTRACT:

For the quail farmers, hatching the eggs in a big number is a problem to producing the quail which incubate by quail parent manually. In this research describe the development of quail eggs smart incubator. The incubator system based on Arduino microcontroller can control the temperature, humidity, and reversal the quail eggs automatically. In addition, Internet of Things (IoT) system can help farmers to monitor the smart incubator from a distance. The quail eggs smart incubator be applied to hatching the quail eggs at CV Slamet Quail Farm, Sukabumi, Indonesia show the best result to hatching the quail eggs. The quail eggs has been successfully hatch normally is 87.55%, 0.41% hatch but defective, 1.84% hatch but dead, and 10.20% not hatch by 490 eggs in 17th days of incubate period.

REFERENCE:

W.S. Mada Sanjaya, Sri Maryanti, Cipto Wardoyo, Dyah Anggraeni, Muhammad Abdul Aziz, Lina Marlina, Akhmad Roziqin, and Astuti Kusumorini, “The Development of Quail Eggs Smart Incubator for Hatching System based on Microcontroller and Internet of Things (IoT)”, IEEE 2018.

 

Security and Privacy Solution for I-RFID based Smart Infrastructure Health Monitoring

Security and Privacy Solution for I-RFID based Smart Infrastructure Health Monitoring

ABSTRACT:

The smart city and smart infrastructure is a new concept, for managing and controlling the different infrastructure of the city by integrating it with the internet and cellular network. The integration of Internet of Thing (IoT) with the cellular network again adds more scalability and reliability to the existing system. The recent development in the Integrated Radio Frequency Identification (I-RFID) sensor more securely sends sensor data to long distances through access point (AP) and base station (BS). This transmission needs some highly secure authentication and validation methods. In this paper we have present an I-RFID based cellular IoT (C-IoT) system and given its key security issue. We have proposed some algorithm for this system and the simulation result shows that this proposed algorithm is secure from various attacks and more useful in the practical scenario for C-IoT network communication in smart infrastructure health monitoring.

REFERENCE:

Shailesh Kumar,  Byomakesh Mahapatra, Rahul Kumar, Ashok Kumar Turuk, “Security and Privacy Solution for I-RFID based Smart Infrastructure Health Monitoring”, IEEE 2018.