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Volume 234, 2021The International Conference on Innovation, Modern Applied Science & Environmental Studies (ICIES2020)
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|Published online||02 February 2021|
Smart environmental data management system into a cattle building
Advanced Science and Technology Laboratory, FP LARACHE, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco
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The climatic atmosphere in which cattle live is an essential parameter of their environment because of its critical role in their productivity. An adapted cattle building must help to mitigate the effects of climatic stress and allow the farmer to properly control the climatic atmosphere during the production cycle. The most important factors influencing the climatic atmosphere inside a cattle building are temperature, humidity, and greenhouse gas emissions. We propose a case study for a wireless sensor network model placed on a cattle farm, in which each measurement node “mote” collects environmental data (temperature, humidity, and emission gas), in order to control the building's climate, this data is stored and managed in a remote database. We will present HBase, a NoSQL database management system, based on the concept of distributed storage, a column-oriented database that provides the read/write access to data on the HADOOP HDFS file system in real-time. The storage results presented in this paper are obtained via a java code that can connect with the HBase database, in order to store the received data at every second from each node constituting the measurement system via HTTP requests.
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