MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 341, 2021The VII International Scientific and Practical Conference “Information Technologies and Management of Transport Systems” (ITMTS 2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||21 July 2021|
Monitoring of moving objects in the absence of a GSM signal
1 Oryol State University named after I.S. Turgenev, Department of Service and Repair of Machines, 302030, Oryol, Russia
2 Oryol State Agrarian University named after N.V. Parakhin, Department of Power Supply, 302019, Oryol, Russia
3 LLC «Farvater CAN Technologies», 143403, Krasnogorsk, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many modern transport processes require constant on-line monitoring and management. However, the main difficulty lies in the lack of a stable GSM connection. One of the possible solutions to this issue is the use of MESH networks. These represent the possibility of wireless communication between multiple entities, which are nodes on a distributed network. The article presents the results of the development of original local radio modules and a base station to ensure uninterrupted transmission of digital data from the monitoring object, in conditions of insufficient GSM coverage. The complex provides the following operating modes: simple interaction via a GSM channel, data transmission via a self-organizing network, as well as sensory interaction between objects. In the absence of GSM communication, the repeater provides on-line data transmission from the monitoring object, at a distance of up to 860 m, at a distance from the base station - at least 500 m. The use of the new complex makes it possible to promptly respond to changes in operating factors and prevent emergency situations during the operation of vehicles.
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