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    Title: Smart-Bike之傳感系統設計與實作
    Other Titles: Design and implementation of Smart-Bike sensing system
    Authors: 蕭博文;Hsiao, Po-Wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 嵌入式系統;感測模組;藍牙通訊;embedded system;Sensing module;Bluetooth;Android;Arduino
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 15:03:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 『Smart-Bike』的方向,是針對自行車系統的服務所設計,構想讓每輛自行車搭載嵌入式系統,用以偵測騎乘路段的環境資訊並分享至雲端平台,經由這種訊息廣播的方式,讓你我透過平台就能夠掌握各地點的環境狀況,提升騎乘品質與娛樂效果。要達到『Smart-Bike』的目的,可分為前端的環境偵測監控與後端的雲端資訊平台兩個部份,而本論文的內容,在於前端工作的研究。依據上述的想法,會利用Arduino嵌入式硬體為自行車設計傳感系統,可偵測行經路段包括噪音、道路平坦度、空氣汙染、溫溼度等環境資訊,並且支援數據儲存的功能。同時系統搭配藍牙通訊模組,可藉由藍牙網路將偵測的數據同步至行動裝置APP,達到即時監控的目的。
    This thesis aims to develop an embedded system which is embedded in the bicycle for detecting the environmental information when the rider riding the bicycle. The collected information includes voice, CO2, holes on the road as well as temperature. To achieve this some sensors, including g-sensor, temperature sensor and CO2 sensors should be installed in the Arduino hardware. The information collected by the developed embedded system will be stored locally and will be automatically transmitted to the mobile device when the bicycle has been return at some specific locations.
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