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TyreCOP runs a TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System), providing mines worldwide with valuable data to manage and maintain the tires used for their fleet of vehicles. Historically hardware such as sensors installed on these vehicles did not communicate back to a server but stored the data on a local hard drive for each dump truck. This data got downloaded and processed by employees every week.
Using employees to download and process data every week was not only resource-intensive and expensive, but it was also reactive, preventing their clients from reacting to problems as they occurred. TyreCOP, therefore, developed hardware that could communicate directly to a server using TCP. In addition, they required a cross-platform, scalable TCP middleware that would receive data from the hardware installed on the vehicles, do basic processing and calculations on the data, and integrate with their API to write the applicable information to their database.
Data are sent as frequently as every 10 seconds per vehicle, so it was of utmost importance that the TCP middleware could scale and handle large quantities of incoming data. In addition, the newly designed hardware was still in its infancy, and a large number of false readings had to be detected and handled by the software.
TyreCOP already had various Windows servers but was working hard on decoupling their software and exploring the possibility of moving some of the newer components to a Linux environment. It was therefore crucial that the TCP middleware would be able to run cross-platform. So I developed the TyreCOP TCP middleware in Microsoft .NET Core 3.1 running in a Docker container on an AWS EC2 instance with a load balancer.