Advanced Integrated Wireless Sensor Networks for Real Time Monitoring and Detection of Disasters

This project aims to develop a fully functional landslide monitoring and detection system using IoT based wireless sensor network technology with enhanced geological DEPs at an active landslide site in the North - Eastern region of India.

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Amrita Wireless Sensor Network for Landslide Detection System for the Himalayas

The landslide monitoring and detection system will be used for the detection and early warning of rainfall-induced landslides, in three landslide-prone areas in the Himalayas, India.

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Development of a Real-Time Wireless Sensor Network for Landslide Monitoring

The project deals with the development of a wireless sensor network for real-time landslide monitoring with pore pressure sensor, moisture sensor, strain gauge, geophone, tilt-meter, and rain gauge sensors, along with a large and dense wireless sensor network to provide a comprehensive matrix of geotechnical data from the deployment site.

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Flood Evac (Vulnerability of Transportation Structures, Warning and Evacuation in Case of Major Inland Flooding)

As a part of this Indo-German joint research initiative on urban flooding code-named, FloodEvac, Amrita Center for Wireless Networks and Applications (AmritaWNA) at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in India has launched a project for monitoring and management of urban flooding using crowd-sourcing.

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Micronet - Mobile Infrastructure for Coastal Region Offshore Communications & Networks

Development of an affordable system to provide a Mobile Infrastructure for Coastal Regions of India to enable Offshore Communications and to solve the technology challenges faced by the fishermen community in India today, specifically by providing extendable and adaptable communication and connectivity while they are out at sea.

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Monitoring and Detection of Rainfall Induced Landslide using an Integrated Wireless Network System

This research develops a new design of a deep earth probe (DEP) which collaboratively work with a GPS system to build a comprehensive landslide monitoring system. The data from these systems will be transmitted using heterogeneous wireless networks to the data analysis center.

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WINSOC – Wireless Sensor Networks with Self-Organization Capabilities for Critical and Emergency Applications

Developing a general purpose innovative wireless sensor network having distributed processing capabilities and, on the other side, to test applications on environmental risk management where heterogeneous networks, composed of nodes having various degree of complexity and capabilities, are made to work under realistic scenarios.

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