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Improving efficiency through the hydrological observation equipment performance test center and program
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 Title & Authors
Improving efficiency through the hydrological observation equipment performance test center and program
Hong, Sung-Taek; Shin, Gang-Wook;
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 Abstract
The importance of disaster observation facilities and system are increasing around the world in order to predict and prevent water disasters, which cause serious damage to life and property. A performance test center was built to stabilize performance, compatibility, and reliability of devices, and to verify new S/W. The aim of this study is to make a guideline to build standard verifying system for hydrological observation devices by building the performance test center. In addition, efficiency of management and operation of hydrological devices can be enhanced through device analysis, maintenance, database building, and grade certificate publishment after the device test.
 Keywords
Hydrological observation;Facility;Performance test;Test center;Program;
 Language
Korean
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