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Design and Development Low Cost Coral
Monitoring System for Shallow Water based
on Internet of Underwater Things
Abid Fama...
Outline
• Introduction
• Research methods
• Results
• Conclusion
source : en.wikipedia.org
Has 76% of all
known coral in the
world
The Coral Triangle
Introduction
Introduction
source : NOAA, 2015 Fire coral
Normal Bleached
Introduction
Technologies
UWSN Remote sensing Image processing
Thermal analysis
• Create a prototype of automatic low cost coral monitoring
systems using cost off-the-shelf products
• Study the possibil...
Internet of Underwater Things
Overview
Consists of:
• Perception layer

A layer of sensors
• Network layer

Converged netw...
GoPro
Research methods
Proposed methods
Wifi does not propagate well underwater
Research methods
Wifi Limitation
end to end
coaxial has multiple shield
Source: en.w...
Research methods
Data acquisition
• Programmed in Node.js inside RPi 3
• Continuously run every 60 minutes
• Utilized by 3...
Open-source software framework for
distributed storage and distributed
processing of very large datasets.
Big Data Server
...
Item Qty Price
Raspberry Pi Model B 1 Rp600.000
Powerbank 10,000 mAH 1 Rp209.000
Touchscreen LCD 1 Rp609.000
Monopod (rod)...
Experiment and Results
Implementation
deployment
Experiment and Results
Result 1
Comparison of image fetching over coaxial cable and over the air. As the result,
image fet...
Result 2
Experiment and Results
Hadoop distributed servers took approximately 3 times slower to save images
comparing to s...
Experiment and Results
Experiment
Representation
Experiment and Results
• Internet of Underwater Things can be
implemented to build coral monitoring system
• Our low cost prototype gives continu...
• Build more rigid Big Data architecture
• Implement advanced coral classification (e.g.
CoralNet — using Neural Networks)
...
Abid Famasya A
Undergraduate Program of Informatics
Electronic Engineering Polytechnic Institute of Surabaya (EEPIS)
abid....
XL View Catlin
Introduction
The XL Catlin Global Reef Record is a research
tool aimed at collating and communicating the
c...
Development of Underwater Monitoring Wireless
Sensor Network to Support Coral Reef Observation
Figure by Tsuyoshi Suzuki e...
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Design and Development Low Cost Coral Monitoring System for Shallow Water based on Internet of Underwater Things

  1. 1. Design and Development Low Cost Coral Monitoring System for Shallow Water based on Internet of Underwater Things Abid Famasya Abdillah Electronic Engineering Polytechnic Institute of Surabaya
  2. 2. Outline • Introduction • Research methods • Results • Conclusion
  3. 3. source : en.wikipedia.org Has 76% of all known coral in the world The Coral Triangle Introduction Introduction
  4. 4. source : NOAA, 2015 Fire coral Normal Bleached
  5. 5. Introduction Technologies UWSN Remote sensing Image processing Thermal analysis
  6. 6. • Create a prototype of automatic low cost coral monitoring systems using cost off-the-shelf products • Study the possibility to integrate it into Big Data architecture Introduction Research Goals
  7. 7. Internet of Underwater Things Overview Consists of: • Perception layer
 A layer of sensors • Network layer
 Converged networks for information gathering and transportation • Application layer
 Layer of intelligent solution for IoUT Research methods Figure by M.C.Domingo, 2012
  8. 8. GoPro Research methods Proposed methods
  9. 9. Wifi does not propagate well underwater Research methods Wifi Limitation end to end coaxial has multiple shield Source: en.wikipedia.org
  10. 10. Research methods Data acquisition • Programmed in Node.js inside RPi 3 • Continuously run every 60 minutes • Utilized by 3G modem
  11. 11. Open-source software framework for distributed storage and distributed processing of very large datasets. Big Data Server VS Single (traditional) server Research methods
  12. 12. Item Qty Price Raspberry Pi Model B 1 Rp600.000 Powerbank 10,000 mAH 1 Rp209.000 Touchscreen LCD 1 Rp609.000 Monopod (rod) 1 Rp399.000 Coaxial cable 4m Rp44.000 GSM Modem 1 Rp150.000 Case box 1 Rp250.000 Underwater camera 1 Rp6.980.000 Buoy 1 Rp2.750.000 Total Rp11.991.000
 (USD 900) Research methods Cost Calculation
  13. 13. Experiment and Results Implementation deployment
  14. 14. Experiment and Results Result 1 Comparison of image fetching over coaxial cable and over the air. As the result, image fetching and downloading using coaxial cable is relatively stable
  15. 15. Result 2 Experiment and Results Hadoop distributed servers took approximately 3 times slower to save images comparing to single server.
  16. 16. Experiment and Results Experiment
  17. 17. Representation Experiment and Results
  18. 18. • Internet of Underwater Things can be implemented to build coral monitoring system • Our low cost prototype gives continuously coral monitoring, clear images data and low fetching delay • Big Data architecture has been successfully integrated Conclusion Conclusion
  19. 19. • Build more rigid Big Data architecture • Implement advanced coral classification (e.g. CoralNet — using Neural Networks) Future works Conclusion
  20. 20. Abid Famasya A Undergraduate Program of Informatics Electronic Engineering Polytechnic Institute of Surabaya (EEPIS) abid.famasya@gmail.com Thank You
  21. 21. XL View Catlin Introduction The XL Catlin Global Reef Record is a research tool aimed at collating and communicating the coral reef science of the XL Catlin Seaview Survey They build XC Catlin Seaview SVII, a ROV capable of taking 360° high-resolution images Source: globalreefrecord.org
  22. 22. Development of Underwater Monitoring Wireless Sensor Network to Support Coral Reef Observation Figure by Tsuyoshi Suzuki et al, 2014 Introduction Tsuyoshi et al have been developing a underwater wireless sensor network (UWSN) system to support coral ecological system survey activities

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