Application of Internet of Things Technology in Multi-point Ecological Environment Monitoring System

Fabing Qin

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 813-817

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Abstract

Aiming at the low monitoring efficiency of traditional multi-point ecological environment monitoring system, a multi-point ecological environment monitoring system based on Internet of Things technology is proposed and designed. Combined with the Internet of Things technology, a multi-point ecological environment monitoring system is designed, which is divided into data acquisition module, data transmission module and data processing module. The data processing module is the control center of the whole monitoring system, and the hardware design of the data processing module is carried out. The experimental results show that the proposed system has high monitoring efficiency and provides a reference for ecological environment monitoring.

Keywords

multi-point ecological environment, Internet of Things technology, data processing

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