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To create the weather station, Galileosky 7.0 device with the ability to connect additional devices via RS 485, RS 232, CAN, USB and 1-Wire protocols were utilized. Sensors for temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, solar and UV radiation were integrated, along with an anemometer for measuring and monitoring precipitation and a solar radiation sensor. The received data is sent to the Wialon platform, where the customer monitors the status and changes in weather conditions.
Compact GPS/GLONASS device in a plastic housing with built-in antennas.
A feature rich GPS tracker for advanced fleet management
The company plans to collect data on the moon phase, sunrise and sunset times, speed and direction of wind, wind-cold index, evaporation, solar radiation intensity, as well as create a weather forecast based on the reports. For the outdoor version of the weather station, making a protective housing and mounting it on the spot is all that remains. You can copy the firmware to the new device and connect the sensors, getting a fully working weather station.
The complexity of setting up this system was in coordination of the communication protocol between analog and digital sensors.
Galileosky 7.0 allow integrate a large number of sensors, but also program an algorithm for their interaction though Easy Logic.