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Title:Razvoj pametne razsvetljave v pametnem mestu : master thesis
Authors:Nikolić, Zdenko (Author)
Rojc, Matej (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Močnik, Grega (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Nikolic_Zdenko_2021.pdf (4,64 MB)
MD5: 19B46EA2355E7A30CD55360F71DBFAE0
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FERI - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Abstract:Problem, ki ga obravnavamo v magistrski nalogi, je razvoj pametne razsvetljave v pametnem mestu. Na začetku smo podrobno analizirali pristope osvetlitve prometne infrastrukture, ter predstavili težave, ki so prisotne pri klasičnih načinih osvetlitve prometne infrastrukture. Da bi odpravili težave takšne osvetlitve, smo se odločili razviti sistem pametne razsvetljave in uporabiti spletno storitev v skladu s konceptom IoT. Problem smo razdelili na več delov. Prvi del je razvoj platforme s senzorji. Platforma tako meri temperaturo, vlago, ocenjuje CO2 v zraku, zaznava požar in gibanje preko tehnologije PIR, vključuje pa tudi gumb za pomoč. Drugi del na platformi je komunikacijski del. Komunikacija od senzorjev se izvaja preko oddajnika, na sprejemni strani pa nato preko sprejemnika LORA do prehoda Raspberry Pi. Podatke prehod nato pošilja preko internetne povezave na spletno storitev ThingsBoard. Uporabniška interakcija z napravami poteka na spletni storitvi ThingsBoard, s pomočjo katere je mogoč tudi ogled podatkov iz senzorjev. Prikaz podatkov lahko uporabnik spremlja preko grafov ali drugih grafičnih ponazoritev. V zadnjem poglavju smo predstavili tudi ekonomsko analizo pametne razsvetljave. V sklepu smo se osredotočili na možne izboljšave in možnosti nadgradnje tovrstnega sistema. 
Keywords:internet stvari, pametna mesta, pametna razsvetljava, MQTT, ThingsBoard
Year of publishing:2021
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[Z. Nikolić]
Number of pages:XIII, 112 f.
Source:Maribor
UDC:004.5:004.738.5(043.2)
COBISS_ID:57507587 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:QWNQVWYF
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Licensing start date:23.02.2021

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Development of the smart lighting for a smart city
Abstract:The problem we are dealing with in this master’s thesis is the development of smart lighting in the smart city. At the beginning, we analyzed in detail the lighting systems for traffic infrastructure, and presented difficulties that are present in the classical lighting systems used for the traffic infrastructure. To solve these issues, we decided to develop a smart lighting system by using also online web service according to the IoT concept. We divided the problem into several parts. The first part is to develop a platform with several sensors for specific environmental parameter. The sensors measure temperature, humidity, CO2 in the air, detect fire and movement by using PIR technology, the platform also contains a help button. The second part represents the communication part. The communication from the sensors is performed via the Lora transmitter, while on the receiver side then between LORA receiver and gateway Raspberry Pi. The data is then sent by the gateway over an Internet connection into the ThingsBoard IoT service. User interaction with the devices is performed by using ThingsBoard web service, where it is possible to view all data from the sensors. The data can be monitored by the user via several graphs and other visual representations. In the last part of the thesis, we provided also economic analysis of the smart lighting system. In the conclusion, we focused on the possible improvement and how to further upgrade the system.
Keywords:Internet of Things, smart city, smart lighting, MQTT, ThingsBoard


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