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Perception Layer, Network Layer and Application Layer Internet of Things for Intelligent Water Services

2019-08-19 Classify:行业动态

Guide: The Internet of Things is the application expansion of the Internet, not so much as the Internet of Things is the network, rather than the Internet of Things is business and application. In terms of technology architecture, the Internet of Things can be divided into three layers: perception layer, network layer and application layer. Perception layer: In the water industry, real-time perception of the operation status of urban water supply network can be achieved through online monitoring equipment such as data acquisition instrument and wireless network, and the operation and dispatching department and water supply network equipment can be organically integrated in a visual way.
The Internet of Things (IOT) is an application expansion of the Internet. It is not so much a network as a business and application. In terms of technology architecture, the Internet of Things can be divided into three layers: perception layer, network layer and application layer. In the water industry, the running state of urban water supply network can be real-time perceived by online monitoring equipment such as data acquisition instrument and wireless network, and the operation and dispatching department and water supply network equipment can be organically integrated in a visual way to form a unified intelligent water service platform, which can collect all kinds of pipeline network operation and water in time. Quality and field information are analyzed and processed in time, and corresponding processing results and assistant decision-making suggestions are made to support the data management and application of water enterprises.
Overview of the Internet of Things
With the development of science and technology, the computer network technology represented by the Internet has brought great changes to our life. However, in the network world, it is difficult to perceive the real world. The era calls for new network technology. Under this background, the Internet of Things emerges as the times require. Sensors, low power consumption, communication and microelectronics technology mainly solve the interconnection between objects and objects (T2T), people and objects (H2T), people and people (H2H). Unlike traditional Internet, H2T refers to the connection between people and objects by means of universal devices, which makes the connection of goods more simplified, while H2H refers to the non-dependence between people. Interconnection depends on PC. At the same time, the concept of M2M can be extended to explain the interconnection between man and man, man to machine, machine to machine.
This kind of communication technology, such as local network or Internet, connects sensors, controllers, machines, people and things in a new way, forming a network of people and things, and realizing informationization, remote management control and intellectualization. That is what we now call the Internet of Things.
Internet of Things for Smart Water
The Internet of Things (IOT) is an application expansion of the Internet. It is not so much a network as a business and application. In terms of technology architecture, the Internet of Things can be divided into three layers: perception layer, network layer and application layer.
1. Perception layer
In the water industry, the running state of urban water supply network can be real-time perceived by online monitoring equipment such as data acquisition instrument and wireless network, and the operation and dispatching department and water supply network equipment can be organically integrated in a visual way to form a unified intelligent water service platform, which can collect all kinds of pipeline network operation and water in time. Qualitative and field personnel carry out timely analysis and processing, and make corresponding processing results and assistant decision-making suggestions, so as to support the data management and application of water enterprises.
2. Network Layer
Through the Internet of Things network transmission, data transmission and processing of data acquisition information can be achieved. Water enterprises can use a variety of sensors, such as water turbidity sensor, water level sensor, water pressure sensor, etc. to obtain all kinds of information of equipment, collect data through equipment console or special control box (PLC), and transmit data through network, which can automatically alarm abnormal state in advance, such as extreme low water level alarm and interlocking protection. Nursing, high water level alarm, etc. Installing cameras can monitor the status of equipment in real-time and multi-angle, especially in remote areas and places where people can not easily visit the scene (including reservoirs, sewage wells, narrow space, etc.).
3. Application Layer
Through the establishment of a unified intelligent water supervision platform, the intelligent identification, monitoring and management of water supply equipment and water treatment equipment can be realized, and a complete system of equipment detection and monitoring, which integrates on-line energy consumption diagnosis, water quality monitoring and remote dynamic monitoring of equipment, can be formed. With the increase of the number of sensors, the amount of data collection will be more extensive and representative. Statistical analysis of horizontal data (data between different devices) and vertical data (historical data of a single device) will help equipment manufacturers and equipment users to conduct research and analysis, achieve centralized detection of equipment, and promote precision. Management, improve the operation efficiency of equipment, achieve the goal of safe water quality and uninterrupted water supply.

(Source: Wisdom Water Author: Anonymous)