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Prototype system for remotely monitoring and managing second-hand clothing collection containers

I. Martín Martín, G. López, S. González Jiménez, B. Corrieu

The current collection of second-hand clothes containers that Caritas has distributed throughout the Community of Madrid presents some ineciencies. Through the remotely monitoring of these containers, this project intends to address and reduce them. To do this, a study of the di erent alternatives on the market is carried out and a prototype is developed to check the functionality of the system. The system is composed of three di erent parts: a hardware or device composed of an ultrasound sensor that sends the free capacity of the container through the communications network of Sigfox to its own back-end. By creating a callback this message is redirected to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform where it is processed, stored and displayed. In addition, the user can know the capacity of the containers through a web application or front-end and create optimized routes based on this information.


Palabras clave: Arduino MKRFox 1200, Azure IoT Hub, Azure Blob Storage, Azure Maps, Azure Time Series Insights, back-end, Caritas, Digitalization, front-end, monitoring, Sigfox

3rd Ibero-American Congress of Smart Cities, San José (Costa Rica). 09 noviembre 2020

Fecha de publicación: noviembre 2020.



Cita:
I. Martín Martín, G. López, S. González Jiménez, B. Corrieu, Prototype system for remotely monitoring and managing second-hand clothing collection containers, 3rd Ibero-American Congress of Smart Cities - ICSC-CITIES 2020, San José, Costa Rica, 09-11 Noviembre 2020. , pp. 1-13


    Líneas de investigación:
  • Internet de las cosas (IdC): agentes y cloud

IIT-20-161A

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