Electromagnetic Field Monitoring Platform for Ensuring Occupational and Industrial Facilities Safety


The complex direction of measuring electromagnetic field parameters in Industry 4.0 is the underestimated direction. At the same time, modern technologies are actively testing neural network algorithms and the IoT cluster.
Current trends in the development of technology dictate the use of new technologies and materials in the design of sensitive elements of electromagnetic field meters, as well as new intelligent methods for obtaining and processing data in real time. The logical development is the crossing of smart measuring devices and the server part with the required algorithmic modules. 
The conducted studies and experiment showed an unambiguous possibility of creating an unpacked electromagnetic field sensor. The convergence of the results of modeling real operating conditions in the form of inhomogeneous electromagnetic fields and the results of calculating mathematical block structures confirms the correctness of the models. 
The purpose of using a platform with structurally improved electromagnetic field sensors is to measure the parameters of the electromagnetic field in real time with the output of targeted quantitative results with a sufficient level of accuracy and predict hazardous situations. The platform is based on the measuring and server parts. Sensors or an assembly of several sensors is the final measurement node capable of functioning without user intervention. The node implements the collection of information about the actual parameters of the electromagnetic field at the object, a lot of nodes form the measuring part of the platform. Processing, storage, and generation of reports (messages) are carried out in the server part of the platform. The connection of the measuring and server parts occurs via wireless Internet communication channels.

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DOI: 10.24000/0409-2961-2022-2-58-63
Year: 2022
Issue num: February
Keywords : occupational safety industrial facilities средства измерений electromagnetic safety electromagnetic field sensors Internet of things
  • Kolmogorova S.S.
    Kolmogorova S.S.
    Cand. Sci. (Eng.), Assoc. Prof., ss.kolmogorova@mail.ru Saint Petersburg State Forest Technical University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
  • Kolmogorov A.S.
    Kolmogorov A.S.
    Postgraduate Omsk State Technical University, Omsk, Russia
  • Baranov D.S.
    Baranov D.S.
    D.S. Baranov, Postgraduate Omsk State Technical University, Omsk, Russia
  • Mokryak A.V.
    Mokryak A.V.
    Research Associate Saint-Petersburg University of the State Fire Service of the EMERCOM of Russia, Saint-Petersburg, Russia