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List of IoT Projects by University Collaborators

January 19th, 2018 Posted by IOT PLATFORM, NEWS 0 thoughts on “List of IoT Projects by University Collaborators”

This list will be frequently updated whenever we received inputs from the Universities that have collaborated with Favoriot:

USIM

  1. The Design of an IoT-based Smart Home Using FAVORIOT platform

Taylor’s University

  1. An IoT-based Air Conditioner Monitoring System

University of Glasgow Singapore

  1. Smart IoT Waste Management
  2. IoT-based Smart Shower Device
  3. Security for Industry 4.0

UTHM

  1. Go!AQUA – Smart Water Levelling System
  2. Development of IoT home base Indoor Air Quality Monitor
  3. Wireless Vibration Sensor
  4. Automatic Fire Alarm System
  5. IoT Remote Health Monitoring Vital Sign
  6. Monitoring Water Leakage System
  7. IoT Based Weather Station By Using Raspberry Pi 3
  8. Electronic Food Cover
  9. Water Level Monitoring System
  10. Smart Vase: Automation Gardening System Using Internet of Things (IoT)
  11. Home-Base Security System
  12. Metering water smart system with IOT
  13. Flood Monitoring & Detection System Using Internet of Thing (IoT)
  14. IoT-based Heart Rhythm Monitoring
  15. Smart Bracelet for Elderly People: Fall Detection, GPS Tracker, and Medicine Reminder

UTM

  1. IoT-Based Home Energy Management System
  2. IoT Based Smart Vehicle Monitoring And Analysis System
  3. IoT Based Office Monitoring And Automation System
  4. Intelligent Water-Saving Irrigation System In Wireless Sensor Network
  5. IoT In Courier Service (Route Tracking)
  6. A Study And Analysis Of Climate Impact On Stingless Bee (Trigona Itama) Through Internet Of Things (IoT) Application
  7. IoT Road Surveillance
  8. Wheel Balancing Robot For Edutainment

UNITEN

  1. SMART2L System (Smart Water Level and Leakage Detection System)

UPM

  1. Wireless Diagnostic Tool and Data Analysis for Car
  2. Pocket Size Halal Sensor Based on Dielectric Spectroscopy
  3. Environmental Monitoring using Optical Sensor with IoT Adaptation
  4. Remote Optical Sensor for Ammonia Detection in Water
  5. Robust Vision-Based Human Detection in a Dynamically Varying Environment
  6. Optical Flow Tracking for Real-time Object Detection System
  7. Mosquito GO: Automated Mobile Crowdsourcing Platform for Dengue and Zika Hotspots Locator
  8. Indoor Smart Management System for Agriculture

UniMAP

  1. Temperature and vibration monitoring system for smart manufacturing application
  2. Smart Bin Waste Management System

UTeM

  1. LPG Leakage Detection System Using IoT

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IoT-Based Home Energy Management System

January 19th, 2018 Posted by IOT PLATFORM 0 thoughts on “IoT-Based Home Energy Management System”

Electricity is named after the greatest invention of the 20th-century engineering achievements by the United States’ National Academy of Engineering. It has been recognized as a very important ingredient for the economic growth of a country. It is predicted that the world’s electric energy consumption and generation will be greatly increased from years to years.

However, researchers have shown that not all electricity generated is efficiently utilized. Domestic housing is identified as one of the major contributors to energy wastage. A home energy management system (HEMS) offers a significant solution to increase energy consumption efficiency where the homeowners can effectively monitor and control their usage, of which is a big environmental bonus as well (i.e., fewer carbon emissions). A market survey also shows that there are worldwide growing interests and investment in energy management systems and services.

Therefore, in this project we propose to design and develop an energy management system based on Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology. IoT offers interconnection of home appliances with the owner as well as the utility companies through the internet. Subsequently, this will provide control and monitoring of home energy usage by the electrical appliances from anywhere and at any time. Raspberry Pi 3 will be used as the main controller and gateway platform, while FAVORIOT IoT middleware is used as the cloud and Enterprise Application Software (Dashboard).

[NOTE: This is project is being done by UTM, our FAVORIOT’s University’s collaborator]

IoT-based Smart Vehicle Monitoring and Analysis System

January 19th, 2018 Posted by IOT PLATFORM 0 thoughts on “IoT-based Smart Vehicle Monitoring and Analysis System”

In order to reduce the increasing accident rate of vehicles and also the death rate on roads yearly, the Transport Ministry of Malaysia is keen to study the flexible road tax payment system based on the vehicle drivers’ driving behavior as one of the incentives for prudent drivers. Moreover, existing vehicle monitoring systems in the market mostly use Global Positioning System (GPS) to estimate the vehicle’s speed and location which results may be inaccurate once the data network coverage changes according to the route traveled by the vehicle.

Therefore, the aim of this project is to develop a system called Smart Vehicle Monitoring and Analysis System (VMAS). The system is able to monitor and analyze the car engine parameters such as engine temperature, speed, brake status measurement and mileage through the application of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology with On-Board Diagnostics (OBD-II) device as well as a cloud database management system for data storage and analysis.

It provides real-time data upload, service alert notifications, GPS location tracking and reacts to accident detection by sending email or SMS to pre-defined emergency services or personnel via FAVORIOT‘s platform. The cloud server can be accessed remotely by authorized or administrative personnel via a monitoring webpage. The user-friendly web-browser will provide complete visibility uploaded data in real time as well as instant activities reports and history logs.

It is foreseen that the proposed IoT based Smart VMAS can be a potential solution for improving road safety as people will be mindful of their driving attributes in order to secure low road tax payment as well as a virtual black box in case of accidents. The extracted data can also be used for other purposes such as issuing premium from insurance companies and diagnostic tests by vehicle manufacturers.

[NOTE: This is project is being done by UTM, our FAVORIOT’s University’s collaborator]

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