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Title: Sistema de control de fatiga de vehículos de flotas
Author: Hoyos Alonso, Sara
Director: Monzo Sánchez, Carlos
Tutor: Saura Mas, Xavier
Keywords: vehicle fleet
monitoring
prevention
Issue Date: 13-Jun-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The project is englobed into the context of the ITS (Intelligent Transport System) industry and it's main goal is the development and implementation of a vehicule fatigue control system. The system is oriented to the deteriority control of vehicle fleets throw the monitorization of some parameters such as battery voltage or conduction hours. These information is stored at a web environment which is accesible to the user to manage it's vehicle fleet maintenance. Also, alarms oriented to maintenance are generated. These alarms inform about events such as a battery voltage lower than optimus values or the reaching of the maximus contuction time establish, events which imply preventive mantenaince work over the vehicule. The monitorization goal is to improve the efficiency and productivity of the fleet, as much as minimize risks derivative of vehicle fleet maintenance management failures. The development of the system is based at the NXP KRDM-KL25Z platform and peripheral support for communication and location (GPS and GPRS) and interested signals adquisition such as battery voltage. Storage and visualization of the data is done by an open IoT (Internet of Things) platform called Thingspeak. Alarms sending is implemented throw an inmediate alert system which must not require to consult the storaged data, the email.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/95648
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