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Mostafa Bastam

Mostafa Bastam

Academic rank: Assistant Professor
ORCID: 1
Education: PhD.
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Faculty: Faculty of Technology and Engineering
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Phone: 35305114

Research

Title
Designing and Implementation of a Cloud Based Vessel Monitoring Framework using IoT
Type
Thesis
Keywords
Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Vessel Monitoring
Year
2023
Researchers Alyaa Ghazi Fenjan(Student)، Heidar Almashhadi(Advisor)، Ehsan Ataie(PrimaryAdvisor)، Mostafa Bastam(PrimaryAdvisor)

Abstract

The rapiddevelopmentof software and the highcost of providing and maintaining devices and the availability of services has led organizations and users to use the Internet of Things to provide a better service suitable for work in any environment and at a lower cost. The two main arms of the shipping industry, namely ports and shipping and allied industries, are constantly modernized and made smarter. The infrastructures of the mentioned industries (such as ships and ports) are equipped with new and smart technologies, and thus, the skills of the employees in their jobs are constantly increased through the necessary training. There is no doubt that the productivity of every industrial sector, including the marine industries, is influencedby the three main factors of service quality, service speed, and total costs. In today's fiercely competitive business environment, these factors unquestionably depend on intelligence and make a substantial contribution to competitiveness. The objective of this research is to offer a system for tracking and locating ships in order to reduce the costs imposed by the government on ports in the maritime transportation system. One of the most important reasons and logical reasons for choosing the topic of the thesis is entering the business field of the Internet of Things, awareness of the geographical location of things and monitoring it, as this platform was designed using the GPS system and ESP32, and using the php programming language and the HTML and CSS design languages. And follow-up the location of each ship. In addition to its primary field of use, such a system can also offer security for private cars, public transit systems, fleet management, and other applications.