MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 271, 20192019 Tran-SET Annual Conference
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||09 April 2019|
Low-cost, Battery-Powered, Efficient Wireless Intelligent Sensor (LEWIS2): Outdoors and Remote Sensing Applications
Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131
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Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) systems are used to monitor critical infrastructure, such as bridges, high-rise buildings, and stadiums, and it has been observed that SHM has the potential to both prolong the structure lifespan and to improve public safety. Within SHM studies and in the research on monitoring in general, the application of wireless sensors (WS) has recently gained considerable research interest due to the cost reduction, associated with the installation and maintenance of monitoring systems. However, despite the advances in the research on WS, there are several issues and challenges in the application of WS that require improvements, in particular for Outdoor Environment Monitoring (OEM) because of their harsh operational conditions, huge targeted areas and limited energy budgets. This paper presents a low-cost, battery-powered, efficient wireless intelligent sensor (LEWIS2) that stores acceleration and angular velocity on a memory card to accurately estimate the trajectory of different applications.
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