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The project entitled “Design and development of the master platform and the data collection network for dammed lake monitoring systems” is to develop a control platform incorporating Zig-Bee wireless system for communicating from and to all of the remote detectors and systems in dammed lakes under monitoring. Implementation of wireless communication devices of the control platform on the control site, including RS-232＋Zig-Bee and USB＋Zig-Bee modules, will be completed for practical communication testing in the first year. In the second year, the control platform to be developed will be responsible for planning of the monitoring area, data format for transmission, communication methods with the distributed detecting systems, etc. Communication networks of the detectors in distributed detecting dammed lakes with the control site will be implemented so that data collected from the detecting site can be successfully uploaded to the control platform. One of the salient features of the project is the implementation of a decision making system, which controls and coordinates the operation of remote detectors for debris flow detection scattered in an area under monitoring by the control platform. Based on the information collected from the detectors via wireless communication networks and analyzed by the control platform, timely and correct decision on the occurrence of debris flow can be made. The project, once completed, will allow detecting systems independently operated in the detecting site to seamlessly communicate among themselves, as well as communicate with the control platform. As a result, decision can be made via the control platform to choose a particular area for monitoring, examine detectors in the remote site for normal operation by self diagnosis, and record the detection information collected from the distributed detectors on a real-time basis.
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