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Embedded Wireless Network Control System: an Application of Remote Monitoring System for Greenhouse Environment

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6 Author(s)
Xiuhong Li ; School of Electronics and Information, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072, China. E-mail: lixiuhong2000.student@sina.com ; Zhongfu Sun ; Tianshu Huang ; Keming Du
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Nowadays with open computerized numerical controls the real time data can be shown in which INTERNET exists by means of integrated application. This paper proposes a remote monitoring system for the greenhouse environment. The system can be set in the monitoring spot. Real time data which gathered and simply disposed can be transmitted to the remote server by wireless module-GPRS &. CDMA IX. The dynamic WEB publishing can be realized by the ASP. NET technique in the remote server. Embedded operation system-¿c/OS-II has been ported in the system's microchip. ¿c/OS-II can manage collecting, displaying and saving data and so on. This method can significantly improve the system's Real-time, reliability and expansibility. The remote monitoring system can realize the real time publishing and the historical data request. The remote monitoring system can mitigate the bottle-neck phenomenon¿so called "the last one kilometer access" to the remote agriculture spots and has the good prospects.

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Computational Engineering in Systems Applications, IMACS Multiconference on

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Oct. 2006