Development of a Centralized Controlling System with Real-time Monitoring: Internet of Things, CCTV, Public Address, and FDAS: 4-Systems in One Dashboard System using Raspberry Pi

  • Reynaldo Q. Bernabe Jr. University of Perpetual Help System Dalta – Calamba Campus, City of Calamba, Laguna, Philippines
  • Oliver M. Junio University of Perpetual Help System Laguna, City of Biñan, Laguna, Philippines

Abstract

Purpose – The main purpose of this study is to develop an innovative approach for real-time control and monitoring of the facilities of an institution and it aims to minimize further casualties in case of untoward incidents and minimize the electrical cost.

Method – The study utilized descriptive methods by identifying the currently installed systems through observation, interviews, and surveys. The report proposed a novel strategy for centralized control and real-time monitoring for the institution using the developmental research approach.

Results – The study aimed to modernize a management system of facilities in an institution. The focus was to integrate all four (4) different systems into one dashboard. Findings showed the effectiveness of this innovative system, particularly at controlling and real-time monitoring using the Internet of Things, CCTV, Public address system, and FDAS; receiving a Highly Efficient rating and easy to manage compared to the traditional separate systems.

Conclusion – This research was able to create a working prototype that can control and monitor the facilities. This has achieved great and promising results in terms of usability gaining the highest rating.

Recommendations – Though it has a Highly Efficient rating, maintenance is still recommended to ensure the successful implementation of this innovation. Future research may be performed to consider other aspects of the management system and/or different study locations, as the aforementioned system is new and still unknown in other areas.

Research Implications – Looking at the great significance of this system, this explicit focus can be manifested in how the administration should have a chance to upgrade the traditional system into this one dashboard that covers other systems.

Practical Implications – The latest trend in any workforce is the implementation of system innovations. Innovative systems facilitate commerce by organizing tasks, manageable environments, and systematizing procedures.

Author Biographies

Reynaldo Q. Bernabe Jr., University of Perpetual Help System Dalta – Calamba Campus, City of Calamba, Laguna, Philippines

He is an IT Specialist and Electronics Professor and has been teaching college students since 2000 in his alma mater, Don Bosco College where he completed his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education major in Electronics degree. Currently a Senior IT Network Infrastructure Support Specialist and an IT Professor at the University of Perpetual Help System Dalta, where he teaches Robotics, Automation, IOT programming, and managing the network infrastructures of the said institution. Consequently, he finished his Master’s degree in Information Technology (MSIT) at the University of Perpetual Help System Laguna. Through this, he had opportunities to manage IT projects, Network Infrastructures, IOT Controlling Systems, Firewalls, and Cybersecurity. From then on, he has been attending research conferences and workshops to hone his skills in the Internet of Things and Automation, Robotics,  image processing, and computer vision.

Oliver M. Junio, University of Perpetual Help System Laguna, City of Biñan, Laguna, Philippines

As the Dean and IT Director of the University of Perpetual Help System Laguna, Oliver Junio leads with a passion for innovation and academic excellence. With over two decades of experience in higher education administration and information technology, he has spearheaded numerous initiatives to enhance student learning experiences and streamline campus operations. Under his leadership, UPHSL  has embraced cutting-edge technologies to modernize its infrastructure and support the evolving needs of students and faculty. Oliver's strategic vision and collaborative approach have earned him recognition for fostering a culture of continuous improvement and digital transformation within the university community. With a commitment to student success and technological advancement, Oliver Junio continues to drive UPHSL toward greater heights of academic excellence and technological innovation.

Published
2024-06-19
How to Cite
BERNABE JR., Reynaldo Q.; JUNIO, Oliver M.. Development of a Centralized Controlling System with Real-time Monitoring: Internet of Things, CCTV, Public Address, and FDAS: 4-Systems in One Dashboard System using Raspberry Pi. International Journal of Computing Sciences Research, [S.l.], v. 8, p. 2951-2970, june 2024. ISSN 2546-115X. Available at: <//stepacademic.net/ijcsr/article/view/557>. Date accessed: 24 july 2024.
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