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Technological Architecture based on Internet of Things to monitor the journeys of artisanal fishing

In this paper, we proposed a technological architecture based on Internet of Things to monitor the journeys of artisanal fishing. Our proposal is designed based on the needs of artisanal fishermen and engineers of an institution dedicated to the study of the resources of the sea. This architecture employs components in the Cloud to have greater capabilities of storage, processing and analysis of data through sensors, controllers and mobile platforms in the Cloud. The proposed architecture consists of five layers: 1. Internet of Things layer; 2. Presentation layer; 3. Synchronization layer; 4. Cloud Computing layer; 5. Analytical layer. The sample was taken from the coast of Callao, Peru and validated by the Institute of the Sea of Peru (IMARPE). The information is displayed in a mobile application to the fishermen and in a web dashboard to IMARPE engineers, where the architecture was validated. The benefits are the possibility for the fisherman to improve their orientation at sea and know the sea temperature in real time. For IMARPE, the benefit is to have updated data on artisanal fisheries.

Jimmy Armas
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas
Peru

Jaime Ambrosio
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas
Peru

Leysa Preguntegui
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas
Peru

 


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