In a hospital often up to 100 different medical and building technology systems are required for meeting demands with regards to security, comfort, reliability, and efficiency. Many systems have their own company-or industry-specific standards and protocols. So, a growing need for remote monitoring of such technology systems to provide users fault detections, anomaly warnings and classification of load for predictive maintenance does exist. To this aim, a low-cost supervising system based on single board computers Raspberry pi 3 has been implemented and reported in the paper. These connect the main components of the various technology systems to a server PC, thus implementing a distributed supervising system. The system has the main aim of an early collection of faults or alarm signals from the control panel of the various technology systems for both medical and building technology. The distributed Raspberry pi 3 computers communicate over the internet through a customized app installed on Android mobile.
|Titolo:||A Low-Cost Internet of Things Integration Platform for a Centralized Supervising System of Building Technology Systems in Hospitals|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|