“Companies and research centres that request to do so will be able to test the development of their technologies under real conditions in a Living Lab corridor environment”
Companies can test intelligent mobility and infrastructure control technologies
Bizkaia Connected Corridor’s objectives include the sensorisation of four of the Bizkaia road network’s infrastructures using IoT technologies. One of the infrastructures is the Kukularra viaduct, where a triaxial accelerometer has been installed, continuously collecting accelerations on all three axes with a frequency of 100Hz.
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The signal emitted by the transducers is processed and conditioned by a data collection and transmission system. This system has powerful protocols that guarantee the transmission of each of the information packages. This allows for a continuous flow of data that is immune to electromagnetic disturbances, which could alter the value of the transmitted signal.
The standardised data transmission system installed in the device is used in industrial processes under severe working conditions, where critical data capture occurs. It has the possibility of hosting programmes to display values in real time, thanks to the built-in web server. This device creates a data record both locally and on the Microsoft Azure platform’s IoT Hub server.
The equipment has power supply and communications, which have already been implemented
Within the framework of this project, the data from the IoT sensors will be available on a datahub that can be accessed by those companies and research centres that request it. They will be able to test the development of their technologies under real conditions in a Living Lab corridor environment.