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Remote Sensing for Forest Environment Preservation

In the past few years, wireless sensors and wireless sensor networks (WSN) were very popular in the scientific community. That is why there are increasingly smaller sized devices which can be used in numerous applications. However, the use of these sensors and the capability of building a wireless sensor network not only have raised many questions but there also have been proposed numerous methods to solve certain problems. In this paper, we evaluate remote sensing solutions and technologies with the aim to propose a conceptual architecture for an intelligent forest monitoring system. The proposed solution is designed to implement and integrate different types of sensors and WSN for monitoring at acoustic level and warning in case of events with potential destructive effects on the forest environment.

Author(s):

George Suciu    
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest / BEIA
Romania

Ramona Ciuciuc    
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest / BEIA
Romania

Adrian Pasat    
BEIA Consult International / USH
Romania

Andrei Scheianu    
BEIA Consult International
Romania

 

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