A Multi-Environmental Factor Monitoring System for Aquiculture Based on Wireless Sensor Networks
Abstract:In modern aquaculture management, water quality monitoring plays an important role. However, there are few systems which could carry out real-time multi-environmental factor monitoring in China. In this paper, we developed a distributed measurement system based on networked smart sensors to monitor aquiculture factors in multi-environment. The system consists of four parts: data collection nodes, routing nodes, on-site monitoring center and remote monitoring center. The design of data collection nodes, routing nodes, on-site monitoring center and remote monitoring center are presented as well as the design of smart sensors. The system can bring-out real-time monitoring water quality parameters and meteorological parameters. The whole system can save power energy and provide practicable approaches for improving industrialized breeding in China.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2012
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