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Rainfall Induced Landslide Monitoring System


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15866/irea.v9i1.19543

Abstract


Landslides are one of the natural or construction-triggered events that often occur throughout the world. These events cannot be eliminated but the effects like deaths or injuries, monetary losses, economic disruption, and so on, can be minimized. Early warning systems for landslide majorly rely on sensor nodes that evaluate geological and geotechnical soil characterization. In order to monitor the changes, smart sensors, fast computing units are required but nowadays merging with the internet of things technology, the system will store useful data in the cloud. Internet of things is already recognized as the next revolutionary technology that connects devices and makes the system smarter. Physical quality generating data and these systems are designed to monitor and send further to the cloud to make an adequate application. Accelerometers are used to monitor mass movements, moreover low cost, and low power customized AVR microcontroller with a Wi-Fi board designed to store data in the cloud. Internet of Things based customized board does not require much space for installation. This paper presents a novel design equipped with four tri-axial sensors, a power supply, and a wireless communication unit.
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Internet of Things; Accelerometer; Landslide Monitoring; Wireless Sensor Network; Wi-Fi; ESP8266; Rainfall Triggered

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