Emergency Response Cyber-Physical Framework for Landslide Avoidance with Sustainable Electronics †

Vania Estrela, Osamu Saotome, Hermes Loschi, Jude Hemanth, Willian Farfan, Jenice Aroma, Chandran Saravanan, Edwiges Grata
2018 Technologies  
An Emergency Response (ER) Cyber-Physical System (CPS) to avoid landslides and survey areas located on or near slopes is introduced that handles two problems: electronic waste disposal, and environmental disasters. Uncomplicated detection circuits using salvaged components can pinpoint floods in impoverished regions. CPSs simplify hazard prediction and mitigation in disaster supervision. Nonetheless, few green practices and efforts have been accomplished in this regard. Recent technical
more » ... help landslides studies and the evaluation of suitable risk alleviation measures. This work addresses in situ meters, and cameras to observe ground movements more accurately. The ER-CPS identifies and can help mitigate landslides using techniques based on motion detection that can productively predict and monitor the zone conditions to classify it, and the landslide-related data can be transmitted to inspecting stations to lessen the erosion/sedimentation likelihood while increasing security. Advection is the transference of heat or bulk mass by fluid flow (like atmospheric flow, buoyant flow, boundary layer flow, pipe flow, and so on). Establishing the initial and boundary conditions (natural state) that prompt the two types of advective flow described below is advantageous when modeling landslides [4,5]: (i) Cold advection involves water descending due to the gravity force to a deep lower level; and (ii) Hot advection comprises condensation of hot magmatic gases. Concomitant causes, such as erosion, shear strength reduction instigated by rainfall, and anthropic activities, can prompt landslides. Frequently, individual phenomena contribute to instability over time, complicating the study of the landslide evolution. Landslide hazard alleviation measures can be characterized according to the slope stabilization scheme used as follows:
doi:10.3390/technologies6020042 fatcat:kchfgqfbm5h5fmehf7dsqpz5cm