Design of 6LoWPAN and COAP Based Health Monitoring System-a Review

Authors : Harshavardhan Y, Joshi Manisha S, Dr. S.B. Bhanu Prashanth.

Volume/Issue : Volume 3 - 2018, Issue 5 - May

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Wireless sensor networks are mainly established in some areas like water treatment, telemonitoring health care, hospitals etc. These Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is comprised of miniature, low energy, wireless, smart sensor hubs and massive base stations. WSN predominantly operate in fields where humans can’t access. The determining factor of wireless networks is that they work unattended over substantial interval of time. These distinctive characteristics has guided the wireless networks accomplishment in the real time global applications. Wireless Networks are customarily constructed using resource constrained systems that are low price, low operating power and low communication bitrate bearing small scale communications. In this project, the notions of Wireless Networks have been administered for health monitoring where variables like pulse rate, heart rate and temperature are quantified in remote areas and make it accessible to the doctors. This enables the doctors to examine the variables and determine the condition of the patient and take actions if necessary.

Keywords : Internet of Things, 6LoWPAN, sensor nodes, CoAP.


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