Statler College of Engineering and Mining Resources
Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Carbon monoxide (CO) burns or explodes at over-standard concentration. Hence, in this paper, a Wifi-based, real-time monitoring of a CO system is proposed for application in the construction industry, in which a sensor measuring node is designed by low-frequency modulation method to acquire CO concentration reliably, and a digital filtering method is adopted for noise filtering. According to the triangulation, the Wifi network is constructed to transmit information and determine the position of nodes. The measured data are displayed on a computer or smart phone by a graphical interface. The experiment shows that the monitoring system obtains excellent accuracy and stability in long-term continuous monitoring.
Digital Commons Citation
Yang, Jiachen; Zhou, Jianxiong; Lv, Zhihan; Wei, Wei; and Song, Houbing, "A Real-Time Monitoring System of Industry Carbon Monoxide Based on Wireless Sensor Networks" (2015). Faculty & Staff Scholarship. 2161.
Yang, J., Zhou, J., Lv, Z., Wei, W., & Song, H. (2015). A Real-Time Monitoring System of Industry Carbon Monoxide Based on Wireless Sensor Networks. Sensors, 15(11), 29535–29546. https://doi.org/10.3390/s151129535