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Bridge monitoring system using wireless sensor network

Posted on Thursday, April 13th, 2017 in sensors, wireless by DP

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Zx Lee and his friends built the bridge monitoring system using wireless sensor network, that is available at github:

Recently, I completed a mini project together with two of my friends. So I am going to take this opportunity to share the project that we have made, we named it the Bridge Monitoring System (BMS) using Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). We are required to design an embedded system that is related with disaster management, either mitigation, preparedness, response or rehabilitation. To give you a high level overview of this project, basically we created three sensor nodes that acquire sensor measurement and transmit to central hub through wireless network. The sensor network works in a many-to-one fashion and data processing is done on the central hub. All the sensor measurement from each node is also displayed on the Host PC for user interface. Therefore, in this article, I am going to walk through some details of the project and how it works.

Project info at Zx Lee’s blog.

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  1. Drone says:

    No encryption/authentication? I don’t see any at first-glance. If-not, FAIL!

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