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Engineering vehicle management system based on the internet of things

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To improve the efficiency of engineering vehicles to save cost and accelerate production operation, the Browser/Server (B/S) architecture is used, ASP.NET is used as a development tool, and Oracle is regarded as the background database management. The management system has good scalability and maintainability. The implementation of this system simplifies the engineering vehicle management process. The background and significance of the system development are described, and the technology used in the development system is explained. Moreover, the system is analysed and designed in detail, and the system is finally realized and tested. In the design and implementation of the system, seven functional modules of the system are completed, and the function of each functional module is designed and tested.

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Acknowledgements

The authors acknowledge Anhui Provincial Higher Education Quality Project (Grant: 2017zhkt372) and Major Projects of Natural Science Research of Anhui Province (Grant: KJ2017ZD45).

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Correspondence to Guanhong Zhang.

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Zhang, G., Odbal Engineering vehicle management system based on the internet of things. Neural Comput & Applic 32, 101–107 (2020) doi:10.1007/s00521-018-3781-x

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Keywords

  • Transportation cost
  • Engineering vehicle
  • B/S architecture
  • Database management