Smart Hospital Platform
Smart Hospital Platform has implemented a complete IoT system that can be deployed in hospital scenes. On the data collection terminal, Wi-Fi and LoRa protocols are used for data uploading, including gateway settings and edge network building methods. The data will be uploaded to two cloud platforms via the MQTT protocol: AliCloud and AWS. The collected data will be simply processed by SQL and stored in the cloud database, which will be called by the subsequent visualization platform. The visualization platform provides users with the web and mobile visualization interface.
The platform currently supports multiple data upload methods such as Wi-Fi, LoRa, UWB, and BLE.
Smart Hospital Platform including the underlying sensor data collection, edge network formation and gateway data forwarding, cloud device authentication and data collection and processing, database storage, data recall and visualization. Finally, all collected data is fed back to the user in an intuitive graphical interface.
The data acquisition end includes data such as temperature, humidity, pressure, acceleration, etc, based on the IoT node, the human traffic counting based on the ranging sensor, and BLE-based positioning. All sensors form an edge network through LoRa or Wi-Fi protocol, and then upload data to the cloud server through the MQTT protocol through the LoRa gateway or the router.
The device registers in the cloud through the Internet of Things platform, and then processes the corresponding data through the rules engine and forwards the data to the database. The real-time data will be extracted and displayed in the corresponding database by the visualization platform.
The resource structure diagram of the current project is as follows:
The data collected by the sensors of the data acquisition device will pass through the following process and finally be presented in the visualization interface:
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