Design of LIDR Monitoring System Based on GPRS

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Through the analysis of processing 3D point cloud data obtained by laser radar and establishment of the point cloud model to calculate the volume and displacement to monitor the particular scene in accordance with the detection strategy of the dangerous situation, This article wants to develop a set of all-weather, real-time early monitor system, in order to timely risk information publish, reduce the losses caused by disasters. The system uses a modular design approach, which is divided into the information collection module, the information processing module, the analysis of early warning modules and information transmission module. The paper details the system design, and application in the design and implementation of technology and point cloud data processing algorithm. The system use serial programming techniques for laser radar data and control PTZ, and multi-threading technology to improve the efficiency of the serial communication and resolve the problem of multi-serial real-time data collection.

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Li Qiang

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352-355

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L. M. Ding et al., "Design of LIDR Monitoring System Based on GPRS", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 352-355, 2014

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August 2014

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