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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.74.2008.tde-25032008-094134
Document
Author
Full name
Adriano Rogério Bruno Tech
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Pirassununga, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Costa, Ernane José Xavier (President)
Carrer, Celso da Costa
Gonzalez, José Artur Quilici
Silva, Iran José Oliveira da
Vercik, Andrés
Title in Portuguese
Desenvolvimento de uma ferramenta computacional para monitoramento e coleta de dados, baseado em conceitos de e-Science e Data Warehouse para aplicação na pecuária
Keywords in Portuguese
Data Warehouse
e-Science
Interface
Monitoramento
Rede de sensores sem fio
Sistema de identificação
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho estuda a viabilidade de um sistema de monitoramento e de coleta de dados através da WEB, com a construção de um e-Science Zootécnico. Foram desenvolvidos os sistemas, os meios de comunicação e monitoramento, além de um simulador de deslocamento, para otimização da distribuição de antenas e identificação dos animais. Os modelos Random Walk e Pseudo-Browniano foram utilizados para a implementação do simulador. O sistema de comunicação e o sistema gestor foram desenvolvidos e testados através de experimentos que permitiram a análise e a verificação de desempenho do sistema completo, intitulado de "e-LAFAC", que permite o controle integral do sistema, como a comunicação das estações fixas, com as estações móveis, através de uma rede de sensores sem fio. A metodologia utilizada no projeto, bem como os resultados obtidos, permitem concluir que, o objetivo de acompanhar e monitorar o animal durante um experimento, com coleta de dados telemétricos em tempo real e à distância, foi alcançado.
Title in English
Development of a computer tool for monitoring and data collecting, based in concepts of e-Science and Data Warehouse for the application in cattle breeding
Keywords in English
Data Warehouse
e-Science
Identification system
Interface
Monitoring
Wireless sensor network
Abstract in English
This paper studies the viability of a system of monitoring and data collecting through the WEB, with the construction of a Zootechnic e-Science. The hardware systems, the electronic communication devices and monitoring protocols were developed, besides a dislocating simulator, for the improvement and distribution of the antennas and identification of the animals. The models Random Walk and Pseudo-Brownian Motion were used for the implementation of the simulator. The communication and management system were developed and tested through experiments that enable the analysis and evaluation of the performance of the complete system, called "e-LAFAC", that allows the complete control of the system, as well as the communication of the fixed stations with the movable stations through a wireless sensor network. The methodology used in the project, as well as the results, allow us to conclude that the objective of following and monitoring the animal during an experiment, with the telemetric data collection in real time was obtained.
 
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2008-04-11
 
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