https://www.icesi.edu.co/revistas/index.php/sistemas_telematica/issue/feed Sistemas y Telemática 2018-04-19T09:28:45-05:00 José Ignacio Claros V. editorSyT@icesi.edu.co Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;">Sistemas y Telemática [SyT] (ISSN 1692-5238) is a scientific periodical publication quarterly edited by the Engineering Faculty of Universidad Icesi. SyT publishes full text in both, English and Spanish.&nbsp;Its mission is to contribute to the diffusion of innovation and knowledge through the publication of high-quality unpublished articles related to research activities in systems engineering –in its widest sense–, informatics, telematics, computing and other related sciences. Its target audience includes current and future engineers dedicated to researching, teaching or working for the "real" sector. S y T is part of the Open Access Initiative [OAI], its content can be used under CC BY license.</p> https://www.icesi.edu.co/revistas/index.php/sistemas_telematica/article/view/2746 Pulse oximeter with Internet data visualization 2018-04-09T13:01:03-05:00 Gabriel Contreras Mota gabriel.contreras.217@gmail.com Rafael Lemuz López rafael.lemuz@correo.buap.mx Cesar Bautista Ramos cesar.bautista@correo.buap.mx <p class="Abstract">In this work, we describe the design and construction of a pulse oximeter for remote patient monitoring. The proposed device uses the ESP8266 microcontroller as the core component to establish the wireless connection and send information to a node.js server.&nbsp; Then, a web service shows the saturation of oxygen and the heart rate through a WebSocket connection. This paper describes the hardware and software designs, justifying the decision to select each component of the proposed device. Finally, some experimental results are shown to illustrate the performance of the developed prototype.&nbsp;</p> 2018-04-01T00:00:00-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.icesi.edu.co/revistas/index.php/sistemas_telematica/article/view/2747 Implementation of an OBD-II diagnostics tool over CAN-BUS with Arduino 2018-04-09T13:07:36-05:00 Armando Rodríguez Rodríguez arrodriguez@upr.edu.cu José Raúl Vento Álvarez vento@upr.edu.cu Ricardo Inouye Rodriguez richard@upr.edu.cu <p>Since its beginnings, the goal of On Board Diagnostics [OBD] standard has been to take control over gasses emission&nbsp; in automotives and its effects in the environment. This project implements a system based on OBD-II diagnostic protocol over a CAN bus, which allows both, displaying real time variables and diagnostic the vehicle status to get codes about its functioning, failures and energy efficiency. On board diagnostic systems allow to obtain failure codes stored and several relevant variables as: speed, gas level and CO<sub>2</sub> emission levels, in real time. An OBD-II system centered at the end of the bus, corresponding to the scanner or diagnostic unit, was implemented on an Arduino Mega 2560 board connected to a CAN transceiver-controller composite module. The scanner has a USB connection that makes it easy to view the data recovered in a versatile way on a PC through a graphical interface created in LabVIEW ™. &nbsp;</p> 2018-04-01T00:00:00-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.icesi.edu.co/revistas/index.php/sistemas_telematica/article/view/2748 Help button for elderly people on the Arduino platform 2018-04-09T13:10:42-05:00 Lázaro J. González Salgueiro lazaro.gonzalez@upr.edu.cu Ariosky Areces Gonzalez ariosky@upr.edu.cu Pablo A. Rueda Rodríguez ale1995@upr.edu.cu <p>The design and implementation of a system capable of providing elderly people with a fast track to ask for help, remotely, to the person in charge of their care, using the cellular network is reported t. The main functionality is a help button, through which the person in charge of the elderly care will receive a text message when the elder presses the button. Recognizing the little connection between the people of this age group with cellular technology, defining the number to which the messages will be sent (and writing them) is not their task. The system has other features of great value, as a group of automatic alarms, also operating via SMS, generated by a group of sensors included in the system, which facilitates remote decision making from caregivers.</p> 2018-04-01T00:00:00-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.icesi.edu.co/revistas/index.php/sistemas_telematica/article/view/2756 Towards smarter cities taking advantage of the Fog Computing paradigm 2018-04-09T13:03:58-05:00 Shouddy Tárano León shouddy@gmail.com Tatiana Delgado Fernández tdelgado@ind.cujae.edu.cu Alejandro Luar Pérez Colomé alejandroluar@gmail.com <p>The fog computing term has achieved importance in the last years due to its effect in the latency reduction that the Internet of Things [IoT] applications have. These applications demand real-time (or nearly real-time) responses and they are characterized by low bandwidth consumption; hence, the fog computing is relevant in achieving these requests because part of the processing is done near the end user devices. For this reason, the cloud computing paradigm is not enough for some applications, since nowadays, the instant need of data and the decision-making process leverage –or somehow discover– a new horizon that demands a complementary variable. This article consists on an approach to the fog computing term, together with the requirements analysis for engineering solutions in the IoT field. Also, its impact in the smart cities and other fields plus its main challenges are addressed. We also present a guideline to implement a recommendation system for sightseeing places for tourists based in fog computing embraced in a large smart city project located in Havana.</p> 2018-04-01T00:00:00-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.icesi.edu.co/revistas/index.php/sistemas_telematica/article/view/2895 Monitoring and treatment of chronic patients through uHealth: Keys to sustainability (efficiency) and quality of care 2018-04-10T09:15:01-05:00 Javier Cabo-Salvador jcabo@telefonica.net José Manuel Velarde jmvelarde@drimay.es Verónica Cabo Muíños verocabom@hotmail.com Carlos de Castro Lozano carlosdecastrolozano@gmail.com Javier Ramos López Javier.ramos@urjc.es <p>This paper proposes an integrated model of social-health resources management. The authors present the actual challenges for health care, in an environment characterized by longer life expectancy and&nbsp;an increase in the number of patients with chronic pathologies, in a scenario of both, economic and financial crises. Their presentation includes management and financial issues, and the technological trends –such as the development of personalized and regenerative medicine– which will lead to an increase in health spending. The task of facing these challenges, they explain, cannot be postponed, the goals should be to improve: the efficiency in the use of health resources, the quality of health care and the level of patient satisfaction. Finally, they present some concepts about the application of information and communications technologies in health, show its relationship with the chronic patient care and present both, the current management models for this type of patient and the new proposed model.</p> 2018-03-06T00:00:00-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.icesi.edu.co/revistas/index.php/sistemas_telematica/article/view/2915 Presentation 2018-04-19T09:28:45-05:00 Tatiana Delgado tdelgado@ind.cujae.edu.cu <p>Presentation of S&amp;T V.14 I.45</p> 2018-03-06T00:00:00-05:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##