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Study on Local Wireless Network Data Structure for Sludge Multimeter (슬러지 멀티미터를 위한 근거리무선네트워크 데이터구조 설계 연구)

  • Jung, Soonho;Kim, Younggi;Lee, Sijin;Lee, Sunghwa;Park, Taejun;Byun, Doogyoon;Cha, Jaesang
    • Journal of Satellite, Information and Communications
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.96-100
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    • 2014
  • Recently, the management system of wastewater treatment facility has magnified due to the stringent regulations for the protection of the environment, and a sewage treatment plant efficiency and research of the car development are activated in large facilities or industrial park. however, the existing sewerage disposal system and specific water quality monitoring network reliability for real-time transmission of this building is insufficient. In this paper, we proposed a local wireless network design for sludge multi meter data collection and control for measuring the concentration of the sludge efficiently. Also, the collected data over the local wireless network to transmitted to the central monitoring system and accumulate the data in real time to calculate statistics is possible to monitor the status of the sewage treatment facilities. The proposed system uses a short-range wireless networks of IEEE 802.15.4 and configures an IEEE 802.11 network which can monitor real-time status in central system. Also, we install a sludge multimeter and communication network in sewage treatment facilities and confirm the usefulness of the proposed technique by demonstrating its effectiveness.

Study on the mutual interference of mixed mode operation between KTX and AREX train at the airport linked line (공항철도연계 구간의 고속열차(KTX)와 전동열차(AREX) 혼용운용에 따른 ATP지상설비간 상호간섭 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Su-Bong;Song, In-Kuen
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.17 no.7
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    • pp.23-30
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    • 2016
  • ccording to the airport railroad linkage facility expansion project constructing a connecting line to the airport railway and improving the signal system and Gyeongui Susaek Station, a high-speed train is able to run directly from Gyeongbu and Honam to the airport railway. According to mixed operation of high-speed Korea Train Express (KTX) and Airport Railroad Express (AREX) trains, to establish ERTMS/ETCS L1 ATP to operate the KTX train, the signaling system of the AREX train is the same as the existing ATC/ATO, but its operation became impossible because the high-speed train causes mutual interference between the "high-speed train (KTX) and AREX ground signaling equipment" and between the "AREX train and KTX (high-speed train) ATP ground equipment." Thus, it was necessary to have a supplemental technical interference analysis comparing the characteristics of the AREX beacon and the KTX balise. So, we resolve the problems of mutual interference between the "high-speed train (KTX) and AREX ground signaling equipment" and between the "AREX train and KTX (high-speed train) ATP ground equipment" with a test using an actual train, and we confirm the technical validity with three types of test module.

User Interface for the 'Smombie Safe Go' App for Walking Safety (보행안전을 위한 앱서비스 'Smombie Safe Go' UI 연구)

  • Qiao, Xian Yue;Kim, Se-Hwa
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.20 no.10
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    • pp.190-198
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    • 2020
  • The development in smartphone technology has brought convenience to the life of the mankind, but an excessive use of smartphones sometimes causes various accidents. This research tried to propose an application service 'Smombie Safe Go' UI(User Interface) that allows the prevention of such accident while using smartphones when walking. For this, after research and user observations, produced walker journey maps and derived necessary main functions needed for safety, and the result showed that transparent interface, obstacle location alert, warning of dangers functions were necessary. To make the contents of the service more detailed, hazardous situations faced during smartphone use when walking were classified into 3 situations : 1. Obstacle appearing in front, 2. traffic lights on crosswalks 3. No traffic lights on crosswalks. Scenarios by hazardous situation were written, and the flow and UI of the app service that warns its users in each situation of hazards were designed. it is predicted that 'Smombie Safe Go' may be possible to be utilized as an app service that provides a safe walking experience for not only regular pedestrians but also the blind population.

Developmental Plan of Man-Overboard Alert Devices of Small Fishing Vessels: A Study (소형어선의 선외추락 경보장치 개발 방안 연구)

  • Kim, Jae-Won;Kim, Byung-Ok;Lim, Jung-Gyun;Lee, Ju-Han;Yim, Jea-Hong;Park, Dong-Kook
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.42 no.4
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    • pp.245-252
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    • 2018
  • A method of transmitting an alert signal in case of man-overboard (MOB) systems in a small fishing vessel navigating within coastal area is being operated as VHF-DSC equipment via a distress alert button and V-P ass Equipment via alert button or beacon separation. However, a small fishing vessel with a couple of crews on board is an inappropriate way to alert a man-overboard condition. However, internationally, MOB equipment using VHF-DSC, AIS, and Bluetooth technologies is used to transmit alert signals directly to the mother ship and other radio stations. In order to analyze the performance and technology of the MOB equipment operating in foreign countries, it was confirmed that the alarm signal can be received within a maximum of one nautical mile when the MOB device is on the water surface. An MOB device that meets domestic conditions needs to send an alarm signal to a station within the VHF communication range. However, in order to reduce the false alert signal, it is most appropriate to operate the VHF-DSC radio equipment installed on the ship remotely. Analysis of various technologies connecting the MOB and the VHF-DSC revealed that the Bluetooth system has advantages such as device miniaturization. When an emergency signal is transmitted from the MOB device, it can be received by a dedicated receiver and recognized through an external input terminal of the VHF-DSC equipment generating its own alarm. If the emergency situation cannot be processed at the mother ship, a distress alert is sent to all radio stations via VHF-DSC for response under emergencies faced by small fishing vessels.