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11 April 2007 Real-time long term measurement using integrated framework for ubiquitous smart monitoring
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Ubiquitous monitoring combining internet technologies and wireless communication is one of the most promising technologies of infrastructure health monitoring against the natural of man-made hazards. In this paper, an integrated framework of the ubiquitous monitoring is developed for real-time long term measurement in internet environment. This framework develops a wireless sensor system based on Bluetooth technology and sends measured acceleration data to the host computer through TCP/IP protocol. And it is also designed to respond to the request of web user on real time basis. In order to verify this system, real time monitoring tests are carried out on a prototype self-anchored suspension bridge. Also, wireless measurement system is analyzed to estimate its sensing capacity and evaluate its performance for monitoring purpose. Based on the evaluation, this paper proposes the effective strategies for integrated framework in order to detect structural deficiencies and to design an early warning system.
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Gwanghee Heo, Giu Lee, Woosang Lee, Joonryong Jeon, and Pil-Joong Kim "Real-time long term measurement using integrated framework for ubiquitous smart monitoring", Proc. SPIE 6532, Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems 2007, 65321Z (11 April 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.715624
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