Smart embarked electrical network based on embedded system and monitoring camera Online publication date: Mon, 11-May-2020
by Mohammed Amine Benmahdjoub; Abdelkader Mezouar; Larbi Boumediene; Youcef Saidi
International Journal of Computational Science and Engineering (IJCSE), Vol. 22, No. 1, 2020
Abstract: To improve the quality of life and its comfort with more security, the world of transport is moving towards the all-electric. This imposes an embarked electrical network type operation, and this network based on parallel alternators connecting, which requires more energy and needs synchronisation with identical phases between alternators. In addition, some conditions must be respected to avoid energy crises and increase the efficiency of the system. To ensure the stability and protection of this type of system, the control will be performed by a reliable controller with remote control and monitoring of all data in real time. In this paper, we realise a prototype of protection and monitoring of electrical equipment using a Raspberry Pi as an intermediate embedded system and an RPi camera. In addition, the communication between the electrical system and the web application will be done by Json file or by data stored in the database. For any change in the desired values, the electrical protection system sends a message and a musical warning to the website in real time. In addition, the monitoring will be generated by the FIFO memory for image processing and the servomotor to control the direction of the RPi camera.
Online publication date: Mon, 11-May-2020
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