Entering a New Era of Healthy Campus

In the developed countries, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has been used as the unseparated parts to increase the quality of higher education. ICT can be used to fix and increase the quality of learning process, research, library, information services and university management. One of the ICT implementations is the using of internet technology that is integrated to all of things of daily life, that is called as Internet of Things (IoT). IoT is a structure in which objects, people are provided with exclusive identity and the ability to relocate data over a network without requiring two-way handshaking between human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. IoT technology has been widely used for the development of smart home, smart campus, smart building and smart city.

Healthy Campus is a trendy application in the paradigm of the IoT. The concept of constructing a smart campus implies that the institution will adopt advanced ICTs to automatically monitor and control every facility on campus. The design and the implementation of healthy campus is different with others, depends on the campus needs.

To build a healthy campus, it needs to build the digital infrastructure inside campus that can give services so that it will be beneficial for all students. IoT which bases on the internet, uses a variety of information sensing identification device and information processing equipment, such as RFID, GPS and Sigfox etc. to combine with the internet to form an extensive network in order to achieve information and intelligence for entity.





The Smart Campus solutions consists of three major components: the IoT sensors, the smart devices and the IoT cloud platform itself. The IoT sensors include:

Level Sensor

– Remoted monitor the level of trash bin
– Expected battery Life 3-5 years*
– Low power network connectivity
– Real-time Data Analytics

Water Leak Detector

– Reliable with no false alarms
– Solid gold-plated contacts
– Cool, small, clever design
– Waterproof IP67 and sending while floating
– Lasting over 10 years
– Loud alarm buzzer
– Movement or flip warning (accelerometer inside)
– End of leak detection and reporting
– Temperature threshold alarms (antifreeze, overheat)
– Incredible radio performance

Air-Tracker (Outdoor/Indoor)

– Air-tracker is a solar powered environmental sensor array
– It can measure following pollutant and environment
characteristic :

Gases: Carbon monoxide CO, Nitrogen dioxide NO2, Hydrogen H2 , Ammonia NH3, Ethanol C2H5, Methane CH4 , Propane C3H8, Iso-Butane  C4H10 ,  Ozone, Sulfur Dioxide SO2,  Carbon Dioxide CO2,  
Particles: P2.5 and P10;   

– Temperature sensor ; Humidity sensor  
– Barometric Pressure sensor 
– Sound Level to Monitor Noise Pollution 
– Air-tracker equipped with Bluetooth Low Energy interface
used for installation activation, firmware update and
location reporting/positioning.

The Smart Devices include:

Face Recognition / People Counting Subsystem

An AI system is used to count the number of users entering the facility at different time of day to ascertain the usage pattern at this location. The face recognition function of this subsystem can be used for access control and dangerous objects’ detection and prevention.

Smart Bins

One source of odor is from the bacteria growth in the trash can. The fill sensor can alert for the need of clean up. Smoke and heat detector can prevent fire hazards. An auto-opener and compactor (optional) can be used to reduce the smell and increase the trash capacity.

Smart Display System 10”

Smart Display System is to provide a Graphical User Interface (GUI) platform to display useful and relevant information throughout a Smart Campus.