Σχεδιασμός και ανάπτυξη ρομποτικής εφαρμογής για το διαδίκτυο των αντικειμένων
Ντελής, Γεώργιος Ε.
AdvisorΣταυρουλάκη, Βέρα - Αλεξάνδρα
In the beginning of the 21st century, the technologies develop with a continuously growing rate. Of special interest, are the technologies that deal with data transmission, either in a wired or in a wireless network. Wireless networks are the last years the focus of research by the majority of researchers in the world. The main reason behind this trend is the multitude of applications that these networks can be useful. A particular class of such networks, which serves a wide variety of applications and simultaneously represents a plethora of research challenges is that of wireless sensor networks. Wireless sensor networks are networks consisting of small nodes - sensors that are able to communicate with each other wirelessly, take from the environment and various kinds of data to transmit to the rest of the network. The type of information transmitted depends on the type of sensor that is embedded in the node. The plethora of options in this area, results of such networks can be used for motion detection, for measuring humidity or temperature, to monitor the health status of patients for monitoring land or buildings and many other applications. In a wireless network of sensor node may move or stand still. It is also likely to be invited to work in dangerous or inaccessible environments. Another essential feature is that in most cases draw power from batteries in detachable main processing unit, which can be replaced. But when the battery runs out of a node, then the node is automatically offline. Motivated by the above capabilities originally developed automated application that includes indoor surveillance to protect and preserve the integrity of extra integrate automatic perception of the presence of light without the will of the holder. Finally we developed application remote control and direct online alert the owner to take the right decisions. Consequently, the automated applications and remote application update are under the umbrella of the future internet of things.