Design of Laboratory Monitoring Management System Based on Internet of Things

  • Nannan ChongEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 517)


This paper designs an indoor location and environment information testing laboratory monitoring management system. The system includes four parts: a development board based on STM32F103RET6 provided by China Mobile, W5100 Internet module, the Wi-Fi-RFID-WSN sensing part, data server, and Android client. Users can locate and monitor assets such as apparatus equipment of labs, monitor environmental information, make it convenient for both self-help studying or research and management, etc. This system has low power consumption, good scalability, and client interface simple operation, which can automatically identify where things with RFID tags, real-time query laboratory environment information, through the client application user can set up the environment parameters threshold, and start the transfinite alarm. Moreover, testing results of the effectiveness of this system are proposed in the end.


Indoor localization Laboratory monitoring management system Internet of things 



The author wishes to thank the reviewers for the careful review and valuable suggestions. This work was supported by the Teaching Reform Project (2017-1-18) fund by Tianjin University Renai College. Besides, we wish to thank Yajuan Li of logistics department for the foundation structure of our Laboratory building for future tests.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tianjin University Renai CollegeTianjinChina

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