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LOW POWER WIRELESS SENSOR

NETWORK FOR BUILDING


MONITORING
names

Abstract
Analysis of the stability of the building is a needed
measurement process for all buildings in the cities.
Periodic monitoring of the structure for such damage is
therefore a key step in rationally planning the
maintenance needed to guarantee an adequate level of
safety and serviceability. However, in order for the
installation of a permanently installed sensing system
in buildings to be economically viable, the sensor
modules must be wireless to reduce installation costs,
must operate with a low power consumption to reduce
servicing costs of replacing batteries, and use low cost
sensors that can be mass produced such as MEMS
sensors.

Existing System
There is no proper system for measuring the
stability of the buildings hence we go for the
proposed system.

Proposed System
In this project we have MEMS accelerometer to
sense the shaking of the building which in sends
to the microcontroller which in turn sends to the
monitoring section through Zigbee wireless
technology. Here we have three sections, the two
floor sections has PIC microcontroller, Zigbee
device and MEMS accelerometer. The monitoring
section has PC and a Zigbee wireless device,
which will collect the data from the floor sections
and analyze the stability of the building.

Block Diagram
Floor 1
Power
supply

2.4GHZ

MEMS
Accelerometer
PIC
Micro
Controller
LCD

Floor 2
Power
supply

2.4GHZ

MEMS
Accelerometer
PIC
Micro
Controller

LCD

Monitoring Section

2.4GHZ

PC with
.Net

Hardware Requirements

PIC Microcontroller
Zigbee
MEMS Accelerometer
Max232
LCD

Schematic Diagram
Floor 1

Floor 2

Monitoring Section

Software requirement
MPLAB Compiler or CCS compiler
Embedded C

MPLAB
MPLAB X IDE is a software program that runs on a PC (Windows,
Mac OS, Linux) to develop applications for Microchip
microcontrollers and digital signal controllers.
It is called an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), because
it provides a single integrated environment to develop code for
embedded microcontrollers.
MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment brings many
changes to the PIC microcontroller development tool chain. Unlike
previous versions of MPLAB which were developed completely inhouse, MPLAB X is based on the open source NetBeans IDE from
Oracle.
Taking this path has allowed us to add many frequently requested
features very quickly and easily while also providing us with a much
more extensible architecture to bring you even more new features
in the future.

Features

Provides a new Call Graph for navigating complex code


Supports Multiple Configurations within your projects
Supports Multiple Versions of the same compiler
Support for multiple Debug Tools of the same type
Supports Live Parsing
Import existing MPLAB 8 projects and use either IDE for the same
source.
Supports hyperlinks for fast navigation to declarations and includes
Supports Live Code Templates
Supports the ability to enter File Code Templates with license
headers or template code
MPLAB X can Track Changes within your own system using local
history
Within MPLAB X, a user can configure their own Code Format Style

MPLAB X IDE PROJECT MANAGER

A COMPILER CONVERTS SOURCE


CODE INTO MACHINE

MPLAB IDE DESKTOP

PROJECT WIZARD . SELECT DEVICE

PROJECT WIZARD . SUMMARY

OUTPUT WINDOW

Advantages
Because of using advanced technology the
response is very fast.
The designing is easy and it is understandable
by normal person.