Development of Metal Polishing Dust Monitoring System using the Internet of Things and Cloud Server

Zhiyao Fan, Tianhong Pan, Li Ma


In order to increase the management efficiency and decrease the maintenance costs in the traditional dust monitoring system, a novel real-time remote monitoring system using the Internet of Things and cloud server is proposed in this paper. The system includes several sensor nodes, a sink node and Cloud Server. The high-precision dust probe, temperature and humidity sensors, water flow sensors and hydrogen transmitters are integrated together into a sensor node to access the metal polished environmental information. Then, the collected information is transmitted to sink-node using the 2.4G wireless network. The sink-node uploads data to the Cloud Server through the 4G network and TCP Socket. Based on the Browser/Server (B/S) model, a remote monitoring system is developed by using Tencent Cloud Server, C# language, and SQL database. As a result, the on-site metal polishing environmental information is obtained via the App and Web page.


Internet of Things; 4G Network; Cloud Server; Socket; Web Service

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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