The diploma thesis describes a system for remote monitoring of atmospheric parameters, which was intended for the needs of sports activities at the selected microlocation.
In the first section of the diploma thesis, i first presented the topic of the thesis, the reasons for the production and the approach to the establishment of individual components and the construction of the system.
The second section describes the basic building blocks of the system, the LoRaWAN network protocol, the Arduino MKR WAN 1310, the BME280 sensor, and the SEN 15901 weather data acquisition kit. I continued with a description of the Arduino IDE software environment and The Things Network and ThingSpeak web services, which proccess and display the data recieved from the device. I also described the EasyEDA web services.
In the third section, i briefly described how the product was assembled, the coding of the program code, and how i displayed data. After that, i gave a description of the program code i uploaded on the Arduino MKR WAN 1310 adn the code i used in The Things Network decoder.
I completed the thesis by evaluating the resoults of the work and with the goals for the continuation of the project.