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Microprobe on the Xilinx Zynq Platform
Fukač, Tomáš ; Korček, Pavol (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
This work describes portation of microprobe firmware to Xilinx Zynq platform. Based on the study of the target platform of board ZE7000 was created a draft of firmware. RSoC Framework provides interconnections between programmable logic (FPGA) and operating system. With this framework we can find an abstract and universal way to develop applications that are accelerated in the FPGA and running in Linux operating system.
Server for Collecting Sensor Data and Control of Active Elements
Halaj, Jozef ; Hujňák, Ondřej (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor's thesis aims on communication with remote sensors and active elements in the smart home system called BeeeOn. The individual parts of the BeeeOn system are described with respect to the current insufficient communication principle and implementation. For communication with BeeeOn gateways, the WebSocket technology is used. It allows communication on netwoks with a restricted access to privileged ports. The implemented server is in principle capable of serving a high number of BeeeOn gateways that works as a bridge among the server and the remote sensors. The communication is secured with SSL/TLS, it uses confirmation mechanism to guarantee reliability and it is easily extendable by other protocol messages. It enables the system to send asynchronous commands to the BeeeOn gateway and to the connected devices. The server is implemented in C++ language. The most common communication scenarios were tested by automated tests.
Integration of Sensors and Actors into the BeeeOn System
Bednařík, David ; Korček, Pavol (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
In this bachelor thesis, the task was to acquaint with components of smart home from these vendors Belkin WeMo, Philips Hue, BeeWi, to study their communication protocol and create modules to BeeeOn system to control them. In the theoretical part of thesis is described how the BeeeOn system works and how the single device from mentioned manufacturers behaves and communicates. In the practical part, it is mentioned the way of extension of BeeeOn Gateway application to modules for control the smart home devices. This part also includes the methods of testing and verification of accuracy of implementation.
Autonomous Control of Sunblinds
Kovařík, Viktor ; Hujňák, Ondřej (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis was to acquaint with sensors which are suitable to detect changes of weather, and also with active element of blinds controller. In the first part of the thesis are described individual sensors, microcontrollers that can work with them, Turris router, which serves as a control unit and communication protocols. In the implementation part, the principle of autonomous blinds management was designed and implemented on Somfy blinds. At the end of the thesis are summarized the achieved results.
Automatic Testing of the BeeeOn System
Wolfert, Richard ; Hujňák, Ondřej (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
This Master's thesis is about analysis of Internet of Things project BeeeOn, design and production of unit, integration and system tests and their automation by utilization of Continuous integration system Jenkins CI. The theoretical part is devoted to software testing fundamentals and Continuous integration systems. The main point of this thesis is about specification and description of BeeeOn system, its requirements for automatic testing and its implementation. In conclusion, the results of this work and expansion possibilities are discussed.
Using Sensor Data to Derive Environment State
Sakin, Martin ; Korček, Pavol (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the analysis, description and usage of sensor data from an intelligent home system. This term also describes the intelligent system BeeeOn, which provides a sensor data and the possibility of extending this system to automation tasks. This is followed by the analysis of all the measured physical quantities, their properties and their influence on humans. The results from the measured data were used to create a classifier based on deep neural networks to detect current events at home. Detected events can be used for the following automation system to help improve living conditions. At the end of this thesis are discussed the results and options to continue with this project.
Communication on the ADSP-SC58x Chip
Havran, Jan ; Korček, Pavol (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
This projects describes the design of communication between SHARC and ARM cores on ADSP-SC58x platform, concretely between bare-metal and Linux applications on ADSP-SC589 chips. There are outlined several available technologies for data transfer, such as MCAPI, MDMA or shared memory. There are also designed and implemented new communication principes based on current implementations of these technologies.
Server for Collecting Sensor Data and Control of Active Elements
Halaj, Jozef ; Hujňák, Ondřej (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor's thesis aims on communication with remote sensors and active elements in the smart home system called BeeeOn. The individual parts of the BeeeOn system are described with respect to the current insufficient communication principle and implementation. For communication with BeeeOn gateways, the WebSocket technology is used. It allows communication on netwoks with a restricted access to privileged ports. The implemented server is in principle capable of serving a high number of BeeeOn gateways that works as a bridge among the server and the remote sensors. The communication is secured with SSL/TLS, it uses confirmation mechanism to guarantee reliability and it is easily extendable by other protocol messages. It enables the system to send asynchronous commands to the BeeeOn gateway and to the connected devices. The server is implemented in C++ language. The most common communication scenarios were tested by automated tests.
Smart Home with the Third Party Sensors
Tisovčík, Peter ; Hujňák, Ondřej (referee) ; Viktorin, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to acquaint with selected wireless sensors, which use Z-Wave and OASiS protocol and to create the uniform interface for BeeeOn system providing communication with the selected sensors. The theoretical part of the thesis describes sensors and USB devices that serve for communication with sensors or operating system to which they are connected. In the practical part, the BeeeOn application was extended by device manager which can support the other communication protocols.
Communication of USB3.0 Chip with FPGA
Špeťko, Matej ; Viktorin, Jan (referee) ; Košař, Vlastimil (advisor)
SEC6NET is an abbreviation for project Modern tools for detection and mitigation of cyber criminality on the New Generation Internet. Project is focused on research and development of means for monitoring and analysing the network flow. Probes for monitoring IPv6 networks are developed within this project. Probes are using hardware acceleration based on FPGA platform. My thesis connects two technologies: FPGA and USB. The goal is to transfer data from the FPGA microchip to PC using Cypress EZ-USB FX3 microcontroller. The first part is focused on transferring data from FPGA to FX3 microcontroller. Second part describes the modification of FX3 firmware for getting maximum throughput. The last part focuses on implementing PC application for Linux operating system. The application receives data from the probe and saves them into hard drive using PCAP format.

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