Pervasive Environment for Gases Detection and Collapses in Underground Mines
Safety is an element of extreme priority in mining operations; currently many traditional mining countries are investing in the implementation of wireless sensors capable of detecting risk factors. The objective of this research is to contribute to the implementation of sensors for continuous monitoring inside underground mines providing technical parameters for the design of sensor networks applied in underground coal mines. The analyzed of applying these systems in terms of Benefit, Opportunity, Cost and Risk are discussed. Finally, a dynamic assessment of safety at underground mines it is proposed, this approach offers a contribution to design personalized monitoring networks, the experience developed in coal mines provides a tool that facilitates the application development of technology within underground coal mines.
Duanling Li, Dawei Zheng and Jun Shi
S. Molina et al., "Pervasive Environment for Gases Detection and Collapses in Underground Mines", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 875-877, pp. 2056-2061, 2014