Airscrubber

Airscrubber

Development of an IoT-based measurement system to measure the effectiveness of an airscrubber was developed. Airscrubbers ‘wash’ (clean) the air in stable. They are used in the agricultural sector to clean the air from its pollutions, like NH3 (ammonia), CO2 or particulate matter (fine dust).

The prototype software demonstrates that it is possible to process data from multiple, various, sensor nodes and make these data available to various stakeholders of the data, e.g., the farmer, local residents that live close to the farm or the inspection bodies that controls the application of the airscrubber. Each of these stakeholders could be given his/her own view on the data.

The prototype is being developed using the Myrianed MN6 network. This is a radio-technology using gossiping between the nodes. This network receives its measurement data from the Aemon Myrianed node. The prototype is development with in mind to extend the network with other wireless technologies, e.g., LoRa or ZigBee. various networks in mind to be able to get the data from the various sensors measured and transmitted.

Student projects:

  • Spring 2020 - Graduation project Software - Architecture, using Java, PostgressDB
  • Fall 2020 - Minor Cybersecurity - pentesting to find vulnerabilities in the system in Fall of 2020.

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Airquality
31.03.21 Sensor networks

Airquality

Student projects: on measuring airquality with IoT.

Greenhouse sensorgrid
01.07.19 Sensor networks

Greenhouse sensorgrid

Developing sensor grid for tomato greenhouse

Sensing the Beehive
01.07.19 Sensor networks

Sensing the Beehive

Research topic: Software for smart networks: measuring and actuating with IoT-based systems.