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Slope Movement Detection using Ubiquitous Sensor Network
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 Title & Authors
Slope Movement Detection using Ubiquitous Sensor Network
Jung, Hoon; Kim, Jung-Yoon; Chang, Ki-Tae; Jung, Chun-Suk;
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 Abstract
About 70% of Korea consists of mountainous areas, and during the construction of many roads and railroads, cut slopes are inevitably formed. The rainy season, frost heaving in winter, and thawing in spring can all cause rockfalls and landslides. The failure of these slopes is increasing every year, causing damage to vehicles, personal injury and even death. To protect people and property from such damage, a real-time monitoring system is needed to detect the early stages of slope failures. The GMG placed TRS sensor units in the slopes to monitor them in real-time. But due to its reliance on data lines and power lines, the system is vulnerable to lightning damage. The whole system can be damaged by a single lighting strike. Consequently, for the purposes of this paper we propose the use of the Ubiquitous Sensor Network (USN) which follows the IEEE 802.1.4. By using the USN system we can minimize lightning damage and can monitor the movement of the slopes consistently.
 Keywords
cut slope;GMG;TRS;USN;IEEE 802.15.4;
 Language
English
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