Roads and bridges are an important part of the public transport system, and their cost is often hundreds of millions or even billions of yuan. It is of great strategic significance to ensure the smooth operation of roads and bridges in the aspects of traffic, military and social life. However, roads and bridges in the use of the process, due to erosion by the environment, harmful substances, the role of vehicles, wind, earthquake, fatigue, human factors, and the deterioration of the properties of the materials itself, leading to various parts of the structure will produce different degrees of damage and deterioration in the far did not achieve the design life. If the damage can not be detected and maintained in time, it will affect the safety of traffic and shorten the service life of the bridge, and the weight of the bridge will cause the sudden destruction and collapse of the bridge.
In Keaowei launched real-time monitoring of highway bridge solutions can be integrated into a variety of application platform, wireless sensor networks deployed in the monitoring points of the roads and bridges, the timing or collecting data through remote control, data will be fed back to the control center through the wireless network management.
The real-time monitoring system of highway bridge to traffic infrastructure management, the ultra low power wireless mesh network and the web management system based on the combination of structural data and traffic information on the roads and bridges for the managers, such as subgrade vibration, swing amplitude, pressure, zipper road traffic flow. 1) can help managers to grasp the real-time information of highway and bridge; 2) deal with emergencies in a timely manner to reduce the losses; 3) timely repair and reconstruction of damaged facilities in order to prevent the happening of accidents; 4) improve monitoring efficiency; 5) large cost savings; 6) improve the service quality of traffic system.
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