Geotechnical Engineering Slope Monitoring Based on Internet of Things

Xiaobing Hou

Abstract


To improve the monitoring system of rock and soil engineering slope, based on the technology of Internet of things, the monitoring of rock and soil slope was studied. A multi parameter remote monitoring system based on the technology of Internet of things was proposed.By combining GPS locator with several sensor instruments, many parameters, such as ground displacement, deep displacement, groundwater level, stress and strain, were collected.Through the Internet of things technology, the key data were transmitted to the monitoring room. The wireless transmission of the monitoring data was completed. Using information fusion technology, database management and Web service, the monitoring data were classified and managed.Through the data analysis, the reliability theory was used to predict the slope. Finally, the rock and soil engineering slope monitoring based on the Internet of things was verified.The results showed that the stability of the slope was influenced by many factors. At the same time, the effectiveness and accuracy of monitoring data were important for slope prediction. To sum up, the reliability theory is more suitable for the stability analysis of the local slope and the section.


Keywords


Internet of things, geotechnical engineering, slope monitoring

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