LWB-1541 Connected sensors and data visualization to measure hardness at work | Devoxx

Devoxx Belgium 2018
from Monday 12 November to Friday 16 November 2018.

   Connected sensors and data visualization to measure hardness at work


Mobile & IoT
Mobile & IoT
Beginner & novice level
Room 3 Wednesday from 16:40 til 17:30

Hardness at work is defined by marked physical constraints, an aggressive environment and the rhythms of work.

We decided to make objective measurements of these factors via different types of sensors (accelerometer, gyroscope, temperature, ...) in order to obtain an image of the gestures and the environment of the worker by means of a data vizualisation tools.

We will begin by presenting the selected sensors then technologies (Arduino, MQTT, Node-Red) implemented for the collection of data on the environment but also on the positioning of the worker.

In a second part, we will discuss the exploitation of these measures using a TimeSeries InfluxDB database and Dashboard Grafana to visualize and analyze the physical conditions of work as well as the type and repetitiveness of gestures related to this work.

sensor data   time series   MQTT   NodeRED   Arduino  
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Christophe Jollivet
Christophe Jollivet
From Apside

Technical agitator at Apside, Christophe preaches good practices on various IT projects and universities in the Touraine region. Converted to computer science 15 years ago after a doctorate in neurobiology, he actively contributes to Java communities by having been co-responsible for the Java section of the developpez.com site but also by participating in conferences and having founded the JUG Towers in 2008.

Sébastien Laporte
Sébastien Laporte
From Apside TOP

Swiss knife engineer interested in development, sys admin and networks but also IoT and home automation

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