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Sensor Networks and Grid Middleware for Laboratory Monitoring

Sensor Networks and Grid Middleware for Laboratory Monitoring
Sensor Networks and Grid Middleware for Laboratory Monitoring
By combining automatic environment sensing and experimental data collection with broker based messaging middleware, a system has been produced for the real-time monitoring of experiments whilst away from the lab. Changes in the laboratory environment are encapsulated as simple messages, which are published using an MQTT compliant broker. Clients subscribe to the MQTT stream, and perform a data transform on the messages; this may be to produce a user display or to change the format of the message for republishing. For example, an MQTT client written for the Java MIDP platform can be run on a smart-phone with a GPRS Internet connection, freeing us from the constraints of the network. We present an overview of the technologies used, and how these are helping chemists make the best use of their time.
0769524486
IEEE Computer Society
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Frey, Jeremy G., Robinson, Jamie, Stanford-Clark, Andrew, Reynolds, Andrew and Bendi, Bharat (2005) Sensor Networks and Grid Middleware for Laboratory Monitoring , USA. IEEE Computer Society, 8pp.

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By combining automatic environment sensing and experimental data collection with broker based messaging middleware, a system has been produced for the real-time monitoring of experiments whilst away from the lab. Changes in the laboratory environment are encapsulated as simple messages, which are published using an MQTT compliant broker. Clients subscribe to the MQTT stream, and perform a data transform on the messages; this may be to produce a user display or to change the format of the message for republishing. For example, an MQTT client written for the Java MIDP platform can be run on a smart-phone with a GPRS Internet connection, freeing us from the constraints of the network. We present an overview of the technologies used, and how these are helping chemists make the best use of their time.

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Published date: 4 December 2005
Additional Information: CombeChem Project Output

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Local EPrints ID: 20363
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/20363
ISBN: 0769524486
PURE UUID: 6f11448a-a3f1-4bb1-8fc8-e74284b1e3ed
ORCID for Jeremy G. Frey: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0842-4302

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Date deposited: 22 Mar 2006
Last modified: 07 Oct 2020 02:19

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Author: Jeremy G. Frey ORCID iD
Author: Jamie Robinson
Author: Andrew Stanford-Clark
Author: Andrew Reynolds
Author: Bharat Bendi

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