Sistema IoT aplicat a la mesura de constants vitals
Tutor / directorOller Arcas, Antonio
Document typeBachelor thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
We are entering in a new era with a clear tendency to connecteverything. It doesn't matter what. People, machines, infrastructure, databases, intelligent systems, anything. The Internet ofEverything. The Internet of Things (IoT).The IoT aremillions of smart “things” that encompasseveryaspects of our daily lives, interacting and generating a large volume of data that can be processed to perform useful actions to make the our life easier and safer, and a great impact and savings in our environmentoptimizing processes or creating new ones whenit was not possible before.The creativity of this new technology has no límits.IoThas an extensivepotential in possibilities, applications, products and revolutions.This thesisdescribes an interconnected device system based on IoT technology to measure a series of vital signs and monitor data in real time from a control panel located on a local network or in the cloud, which visually represents the information processed in through graphs with the ability to detect situations of risk to people's health.The impact of this project is to contribute to the community at large with a pilot prototype capable of acting as a tool to prevent the spread of pandemics that alter a person’s vital signs.The memory of this work is focused on creating an end-to-end practical use case, which includes all the hardware assembly and configuration with the appropriate programs, applications, and protocols.
DegreeGRAU EN ENGINYERIA DE SISTEMES DE TELECOMUNICACIÓ (Pla 2009)