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P. Pavan Kumar

Bio: P. Pavan Kumar is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Wireless network & NeuRFon. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 6 citations.

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Proceedings ArticleDOI
01 Jun 2017
TL;DR: This project is the prototype for all electrical systems for which online monitoring and controlling is required and can implement in wide range for commercial buildings, substaions, etc.
Abstract: In dissonance with the limitations of present substation monitoring system, this paper introduced a Zigbee based wireless network system in traditional online monitoring system and the wireless online monitoring system. This system is constituted by a Zigbee sensor network nodes.and a zigbee coordinator node. The sensor terminal nodes are comprised by different type of sensors and Zigbee wireless modules which are spreaded evenly in monitoring area and its responsibilities are the data acquisition and transmission. The zigbee coordinator node is the control center and it is authoritative for network maintenance and data processing. The innovations of this paper broughts the efficienct monitoring and controlling. This project is the prototype for all electrical systems for which online monitoring and controlling is required. We can implement in wide range for commercial buildings, substaions, etc. Here Arduino is used for controlling and different zigbees can be interfaced by XCTU and substation controlling parameters can be monitered by a substation app which is developed by MIT app developer and Node MCU is a wi-fi module used for monitoring and controlling of current and voltage in the current transformer and voltage transformer respectively and temperature across the transformer.

8 citations


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TL;DR: In this article, the authors explore existing networking communication technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT), with emphasis on encapsulation and routing protocols, and the relation between the IoT network protocols and the emerging IoT applications is also examined.
Abstract: Internet of Things (IoT) constitutes the next step in the field of technology, bringing enormous changes in industry, medicine, environmental care, and urban development. Various challenges are to be met in forming this vision, such as technology interoperability issues, security and data confidentiality requirements, and, last but not least, the development of energy efficient management systems. In this paper, we explore existing networking communication technologies for the IoT, with emphasis on encapsulation and routing protocols. The relation between the IoT network protocols and the emerging IoT applications is also examined. A thorough layer-based protocol taxonomy is provided, while how the network protocols fit and operate for addressing the recent IoT requirements and applications is also illustrated. What is the most special feature of this paper, compared to other survey and tutorial works, is the thorough presentation of the inner schemes and mechanisms of the network protocols subject to IPv6. Compatibility, interoperability, and configuration issues of the existing and the emerging protocols and schemes are discussed based on the recent advanced of IPv6. Moreover, open networking challenges such as security, scalability, mobility, and energy management are presented in relation to their corresponding features. Lastly, the trends of the networking mechanisms in the IoT domain are discussed in detail, highlighting future challenges.

127 citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI
14 Dec 2020
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors provide an overview of IoT architectural layers and components, security issues and challenges at different layers, some solutions, and future directions, as well as future directions.
Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) is exponentially growth, however privacy and security vulnerabilities are major concerns against rapid adoption of this technology. Due to mainly its decentralized topology and the resource constraints of the majority of its devices, conventional security and privacy approaches are inapplicable for IoT. Interaction and communication between a large number of devices in a secure way is possible, but it can be expensive, time-consuming, and complex. Thus, there is a need for new security models rather than the current ones which are mostly centralized. This paper provides an overview of IoT architectural layers and components, security issues and challenges at different layers, some solutions, and future directions.

2 citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI
15 Jul 2020
TL;DR: This work focuses on the design of a wireless oximeter device that bases its operation on the integrated and power efficient MAX30100 circuitry, and a customized lightweight ZigBee – based protocol for wireless bio signals transfer.
Abstract: Oxygen levels and heart rate joint monitoring is based on specialized, and most of the times, expensive oximetry devices. According to literature, many studies highlight the necessity of connecting oximetry devises, under well-known wireless protocols, such as Bluetooth, Wifi, ZigBee and others, for more efficient real time monitoring of human bio signals. However, most of the studies indicate a gap regarding an energy efficient and cost - effective end to end system for wireless monitoring of oxygen and heart rates, in IoT medical applications. To this end, our work, focuses on the design of a wireless oximeter device that bases its operation on the integrated and power efficient MAX30100 circuitry, and a customized lightweight ZigBee - based protocol for wireless bio signals transfer.

2 citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI
15 Jul 2020
TL;DR: This work designs and proposes an optimized ZigBee – based lightweight end to end system to measure and evaluate plant action potentials, suitable for large scale use in agricultural IoT applications.
Abstract: The deployment and integration of a low power pervasive wireless sensor system, for measuring and processing action potentials bio signals for plants, is an interesting and challenging technical task. In our experiments, we focus on measuring electrical potentials for Chrysanthemum and Sansevieria plants. We note that the wireless pervasive sensor system, for real time data collection, should be optimally designed in terms of energy and communication costs. Therefore, in our work, we design and propose an optimized ZigBee - based lightweight end to end system to measure and evaluate plant action potentials. Our system's design functionality response results, demonstrated a significant reduction in the firmware code length, to be loaded in the microcontroller unit, potential use of 8 - bit microcontrollers with low memory capacity and reduced development costs for hundreds of measuring plant points and reduced processing and communication costs. All these results makes the system suitable for large scale use in agricultural IoT applications.

2 citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI
11 Apr 2023
TL;DR: In this paper , a Zigbee-based wireless S CADA system (ZBWS) is proposed for cost reduction in the industrial environment, which is ideal for industries where it is too expensive to install wired SCADA systems in remote locations.
Abstract: The advancement of the remote monitoring industry has become more level-playing in recent years. This means that companies can now monitor their equipment remotely, without having to be present onsite. With the introduction of wireless S CADA systems, these systems became more affordable and efficient. SCADA systems have advanced significantly in the field of process control in recent years. SCADA is a supervisory control that is very important in the automation industry. Today, SCADA is required to control the process from any distance. Additionally, the potential for additional features such as security, process parameter control, and visualization paves the way for SCADA to become a powerful tool for industrial applications. Using SCADA, the entire process area can be monitored remotely. Automatic process manipulation, warning system, and automatic report generation are huge advantages of SCADA. Wireless SCADA is ideal for industries where it is too expensive to install wired SCADA systems in remote locations. Fortunately, wireless SCADA systems offer all the benefits of wired systems without the expense and hassle of wiring everything. In this study, an innovative prototype of a Zigbee-based wireless S CADA system (ZBWS) is proposed for cost reduction.