Monitoring stations TBS(Townborder system) based on wireless sensor networks
Monitoring the processing of gas transmitters, pressure, flow and temperature as SCADA systems, and now with the cost of communication is done Industrial Automation and Instrumentation design a monitoring system is proposed Industrial Automation and Instrumentation design a monitoring system is proposed. Gas dispatching system based on wireless sensor networks, SCADA systems, unlike the systems that have been used in gas dispatching centers,Configuration and reduce network deployment costs on the one hand and on the other hand, instead of installing thousands of feet of wire just Which are small devices about the size of a dime and put points on the network simply by adding more nodes expanded. The data collected and transferred to control room temperature and pressure measurements by monitoring input and output can be controlled more. In this article we describe an intelligent system for monitoring wireless sensor network is useful for applications in oil, gas company.
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