During the operation of buildings, bridges, structures, industrial facilities, certain factors arise that significantly reduce their service life. These are vibrations, mechanical stresses, static and dynamic loads, metal fatigue. They can lead to the destruction of structures, technological accidents, significant financial losses, and unfortunately, to the victims. To avoid this or significantly reduce the risks of tragedy, you must constantly monitor the state of the object in real-time and analyze the information received. For this, remote monitoring systems are used. They are a collection of sensors, data acquisition systems and a remote server. Sensors record temperature, vibration, mechanical stress, strain, etc. at the monitoring site. The data acquisition system collects information from sensors, filters and analyzes it, and transfers to a remote server. On a remote server, data is processed, stored and presented to the operator in a visual form. When a potentially dangerous situation arises (for example, the bridge curvature, or turbine vibration exceeded the permissible level), alarms are triggered and alert service personnel of potential problems and where they occur. The same information about the current state of the object can be stored on the Internet for authorized access from anywhere in the world.

We propose to develop a system for remote monitoring, processing and presentation of data. Three types of monitoring systems are proposed, depending on the complexity of the task and the type of monitoring object.