THE ANALYSIS OF SENSORY PLATFORM FOR USE IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS
The main purpose of the work was to analyze sensory platform solutions for use on the Internet of Things. Emphasis was placed on the literature study on Sensor Platforms, Internet of Things, Bluetooth Low Energy Communication Protocol, serial digital and analog interfaces most commonly used in sensory platforms. Analysis of sensory platform solutions was carried out in terms of their functionality and efficiency. The SensorTag CC2650 sensing platform by Texas Instruments, turned out to be the best and has been used to build the hub model. The hub model was based on hardware and software implementation, which resulted in the expansion of the sensor platform with 6 additional analog inputs and a Bluetooth Low Energy data transmission profile. Testing the correctness of the software produced in the laboratory environment has made it possible to determine the correct functioning of the concentrator model.
Internet of Things; bluetooth low energy; sensor platform
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