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11 October 2005 NATUREYES: Development of surveillance monitoring system for open spaces based on the analysis of different optical sensors data and environmental conditions
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We present results of a R&D project aimed to produce an environmental surveillance system that, working in wild areas, allows for a real-time observation and control of some ambient factors that could produce a natural disaster. The main objective of the project is the development of an open platform capable to work with several kinds of sensors, in order to adapt itself to the needs of each situation. The detection of environmental risks and management of this data to give a real-time response is the overall objective of the project. The main parts of the system are: 1.- Detection system: capable to perform real-time data and image communication, fully autonomous and designed to consider the environmental conditions. 2.- Alarm management headquaters: reception on real-time of data from the detector network. All the data is analysed to enable a decision about whether there is or not an alarm situation. 3.- Mobile alarm-reception system: portable system for reception of the alarm signal from the headquaters. The project was financed by the Science and Technology Ministry, National Research and Development Programme (TIC2000-0366-P4, 2001-2004).
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Teresa Molina-Jimenez, Jose Caballero-Aroca, Santiago Simón-Martín, Juan Hervás-Juan, Jose-David García-Martínez, Emilio Pérez-Picazo, Ramón Dolz-García, Alejandro Pons-Vila, Salvador Quintana-Rumbau, Jose Antonio Valiente Pardo, Maria José Estrela, and Francisco Pastor-Guzmán "NATUREYES: Development of surveillance monitoring system for open spaces based on the analysis of different optical sensors data and environmental conditions", Proc. SPIE 5948, Photonics Applications in Industry and Research IV, 59482O (11 October 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.623769
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