Control Systems and Computers, N2-3, 2021, Article 5

Control Systems and Computers, 2021, Issue 2-3 (292), pp. 

UDC 004:07

V.L. Terokhin, Aspirant of the Department of electronics and
control systems, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University,
Svobody square, 6, Kharkiv-22, Ukraine, 61022,

N.G. Stervoyedov, DSci (Eng.), Associate Professor; Head of the Department
of electronics and control systems, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University,
Svobody square, 6, Kharkiv-22, Ukraine, 61022,

O.V. Ridozub, Student of the faculty of Computer science,
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University,
Svobody square, 6, Kharkiv-22, Ukraine,


Introduction. Cloud services are the most promising technologies for monitoring radiation pollution. They are a set of geographically distributed wireless sensor nodes designed to collect, sometimes pre-process, information about environmental parameters, as well as to transmit this information to remote users.

Purpose. Development of basic methods for applying cloud services for IoT radiation and Environmental Research Technology. A comprehensive assessment of the state of the ecosystem, including its impact on humans, was carried out. At the same time, a promising direction is proposed, namely the integration of on-premises measuring devices with cloud services using M2M/IoT technology for remote measurement, the use of promising semiconductor sensors based on CdTe and CdZnTe radiation detectors, and modern microcontrollers.

Methods. Use of methods Wi-Fi access point, control of the sensor network via a smartphone to transfer data parameters to the ThingSpeak cloud service.

Results. When writing approaches to building cloud services, the composition of each sensor node and the task that it performs are considered, such as: the type of data collected, location, power sources, and the possibility of using certain protocols for data exchange relationships.

Conclusion. The analysis of unified cloud services that include methods of designing information and measurement systems, methods of building machine-machine and human-machine interfaces, methods of designing sensor networks, methods of computer modeling of electronic circuits and systems, hardware emulation method (based on QEMU), methods of analysis, system analysis, synthesis, logical generalization of results. It includes selecting and connecting layout hardware, data module software that is developed in the ThingSpeak environment using the HTML markup language to describe the configuration web page.

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Keywords: Cloud services, algorithm, data collection and processing module, radiation monitoring, sensor networks, creation smart-city, software, remote measurements.

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Received 01.04.2021