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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: Ahmed, Abadi Haider Mohammed
Abstract: Servers are used in organizations for storing and securing important data and providing a connection inside the organization (network). These data should be kept safe and accessed, therefore the safety of servers is essential for an organization to fulfill its goals and objectives. The Information Technology and Network Administration has servers that provide all important data and network distribution inside the University of Khartoum. The servers are in rooms where they should be kept in continuous observation and monitoring for keeping them safe and functional. Therefore, the Information Technology and Network Administration requested a design of a temperature and humidity system for the servers. The goal of this project is to implement the temperature and humidity system that will perform the observation and monitoring of the servers in the rooms, as well as sending alert messages to a specified phone number when the temperature and humidity exceed certain values that might affect and damage the servers. Another objective is to design a graphical user interface to give a user the control and accessibility to change the settings of the temperature and humidity sensor by entering the values that might damage the sensor and the desired phone number. The temperature and humidity system was implemented on a Printed Circuit Board (PCB). The system gave results when compared with other systems that measure temperature and humidity and gave a good accuracy.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25827
Date: 2017-10


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