An Automatic Online Disaster Monitoring Network: Network Architecture and a Case Study Monitoring Slope Stability

Jianmin Wang, Xiaoqin Yang

Abstract


Geosensor networks(GSN) is an important development direction of the disaster monitoring in the future. An online automatic unattended disaster monitoring system can prevent and reduce the geology disaster to protect the safety of life and property. At present, most GSN are independent and usually service for respective community. The observations data of GSN are bigger and complex , and GSN is mostly heterogeneous wireless sensor networks. So this paper proposes a novel GSN disaster monitoring overall architecture, This architecture can seamlessly integrate sensors for long- term, remote, and near-real-time monitoring. In the architecture, there are four layers are used to collect, manage , transport and processing observation data. Among them, the data server layer applies the OGC SWE standards to integrate and share heterogeneous monitoring data. sensor metadata and observation data are packaged into a virtual sensor that are is transported from data center to application layer through Sensor Observation Service (SOS). To demonstrates the applicability of our proposed method, we use a case named PS-MDMs which are developed and deployed to support mine disaster monitoring and modeling research.

Keywords


Geosensor networks;disaster monitoring; Sensor Web;Sensor observation service,;Mine geological disasters

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE).ISSN: 1861-2121
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