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Design and Implementation of Temperature and Humidity Monitoring System for High Performance Servers Room University of Khartoum

Design and Implementation of Temperature and Humidity Monitoring System for High Performance Servers Room University of Khartoum

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Title: Design and Implementation of Temperature and Humidity Monitoring System for High Performance Servers Room University of Khartoum
Author: Mohammed, Anas Mohammed Ahmed
Abstract: Servers are quite often used in businesses and institutes to provide central access point for stored data and network access throughout the organization. As the stored data in servers can be of vital importance for an organization to function properly, countermeasures should be implemented to ensure servers availability throughout their use. The Information Technology and Network Administration in the University of Khartoum uses high performance servers to provide and govern a local area network for the university and its facilities as well as providing storage for essential data. These servers must provide continuous service for the university therefore The Information Technology and Network Administration requested the design and development of a temperature and humidity monitoring system for their server room to improve the availability of the servers. The aim of the project is to design and implement a temperature and humidity monitoring embedded system that will perform continuous measurement of the environment’s temperature and humidity, in addition to sending an alert text message to a designated phone number if the measured values exceed a certain threshold. A graphical user interface is designed to enable the user to input the threshold values as well as the desired phone number. The embedded system was implemented on a Printed Circuit Board (PCB). The system performed as desired and the measurements were benchmarked against other sensors to identify any accuracy deviation.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25781
Date: 2017-10


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