E3S Web Conf.
Volume 97, 2019XXII International Scientific Conference “Construction the Formation of Living Environment” (FORM-2019)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||29 May 2019|
Automated system for synthesis of sensors for smart cities
Astrakhan state university of architecture and civil engineering, Department of CAD and modelling systems, 414056 Taticheva str., 18, Russia
2 Tashkent University of Information Technologies, Production Department, 100200, Amir Temur str., 108, Uzbekistan
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The concept of a smart city is aimed at developing technologies and infrastructure based on the use of new technologies, large data centers, smart sensors and automated power grids. As technological advances in control systems increase the efficiency of sensors, users are calling for advances in sensor accuracy, reliability, dynamic characteristics (response time, dynamic linearity etc.), robustness, miniaturization and communication capability. The sensor industry is expected to experience sound growth during the five-year forecast period. It is possible satisfy the growing demand, in particular, by using automated systems of conceptual design of sensors, which can reduce the design time several times. Physical principles of operation of the sensors involved in information measuring and control systems of buildings are quite diverse. In this article, it is proposed to use a modified energy-information method for the conceptual design of sensors, invariant to the physical principle of operation. The possibility of using the operator method for the calculation and study of the dynamic characteristics of the designed elements of control systems of different physical nature is shown. The architecture of the expert system of evaluation of dynamic characteristics of sensitive elements of information-measuring devices of smart home is developed.
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