A Solution for Monitoring Temperature and Humidity at 31 Explosive Materials Company

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Chien Thang Vu 1,* Trung Hieu Nguyen 2

1. Thai Nguyen University of Information and Communication Technology, Vietnam

2. 31 Explosive Materials Company, Vietnam

* Corresponding author.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijem.2024.03.05

Received: 2 Jan. 2024 / Revised: 23 Feb. 2024 / Accepted: 15 Mar. 2024 / Published: 8 Jun. 2024

Index Terms

Sensor Network, Temperature and Humidity Monitoring System, Explosive Materials Company, Ethernet Communication, Hardware and Software Solutions for Monitoring System


Assuring product safety and quality in the explosives manufacturing process is critical today to protect worker and environmental safety. Temperature and humidity in the manufacturing plant are critical factors to consider because they can impact the manufacturing process and the quality of the final product. In this work, we design a temperature and humidity monitoring system for 31 explosive materials company using ethernet communication standard. In explosives factories, this communication standard is more suitable than other commonly used wireless communication technologies. We tested the system at 31 explosive materials factory. Test results show that the system operates stably and accurately. This system assists factory operators in increasing production efficiency, reducing dangers, and ensuring the quality of explosives.

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Chien Thang Vu, Trung Hieu Nguyen, "A Solution for Monitoring Temperature and Humidity at 31 Explosive Materials Company", International Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing (IJEM), Vol.14, No.3, pp. 48-53, 2024. DOI:10.5815/ijem.2024.03.05


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