1 Mehdiyev J.T.
2 Litvinov N.Yu.

Azerbaijan University of Architecture and Construction


Center of Geodesy, Cartography and SDI

Landslides are the geological event, which lead to huge losses yearly in the scale of whole planet. Landslides are the spatial dynamic process and can develop during the long time period. Because that all control point type measurements in the field should be carried out at the sufficiently large area. At the present time the empirical GIS based models of landslides allow to estimate the potential of landslide occurrence. At the same time there are the technologies of wireless networks realized as technical systems making it possible to found and predict the landslides. Such systems are composed of distributed on area colons of tenzometric sensors with acoustic output signal and generator of start radio signal. The necessary condition for utilization of these signals is presence in them of identification signatures which leads to complication of technical system and increase the background noise level. The suggested alternative variant for development of prediction system make it possible not to form and emit the big numberof radio signals with identification signatures which promote for decrease the level of background noise signal.
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Mehdiyev J.T., 
Litvinov N.Yu., 
(2018) Development of ground networks for high authenticity prediction of landslide processes. Geodesy and cartography = Geodezia i Kartografia, 79(1), pp. 39-42 . (In Russian). DOI: 10.22389/0016-7126-2018-931-1-39-42
Publication History
Received: 01.08.2016
Accepted: 23.12.2016
Published: 20.02.2018


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