NEW ARCHITECTURE, DATA MANAGEMENT, AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION INTO ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING SYSTEM
The environmental monitoring system collects huge amounts of data from hazardous environments. Then, a new architecture, data management, and system implementation were proposed. The system's primary role is to collect the data using a specific transferring method; hence, this paper evaluated the method. This study covered hardware architecture, software architecture, and network topology. To test its reliability, the proposed system was evaluated through two cases: the normal and abnormal. In the normal case, the environmental monitoring station was designed to send data every five minutes to reduce the amount of data. In abnormal cases, the data was sent every minute. The information was collected for further actions, such as monitoring situations in the landfill. Based on the experimental results, the method successfully sent 100% valid data every five minutes to the server through the proposed topology during a normal case and every minute if abnormal cases occurred.