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1 1 Realtime display of landslide monitoring data Russ Pennell, Dhammika Ruberu,CEDIRDr Phil Flentje, Faculty of Engineering

2 2 Context: Wollongong 80 km S of Sydney Bulli Pass Mount Ousley Expressway 1200 to 1800 mm rainfall Wombarra

3 3 Context: Wollongong 80 km S of Sydney Fall Flow Slide

4 4 Context

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7 7 Context: Solution - $40 million bridge

8 8 Monitoring stations Continuous monitoring stations

9 9 Data movement 2D rainfall pore pressure

10 10 Collection sites University of Wollongong site 141

11 11 Site m 200 m

12 12 Site 141

13 13 Site 141

14 14 Site 141

15 15 Site 141

16 16 Data acquisition 40 mm diameter 450 mm long at site 141, 3 sensors 18 to 23 m below surface

17 17 Outputs

18 18 Task Data files on researcher's office PC Instruments in the field at four sites Data transmitted periodically via mobile phone system Our task Read data files as they arrive, add to existing data store. As called for, prepare graphs of the data and display on website for viewing by stakeholders Sites ring in independently at varying times

19 19 Data in Simplest 103,2003,176,1300,196.27, ,19.63,3125.1,22.36,14.34,13.11 translated as StringID,year,dayofyear,hhhh,IPIA(Downslope),IPIB(Transverse), IPITemp,vwpFreq,vwpTemp,FieldStationTemp,BatteryVoltage IPI = InPlace Inclinometer giving displacement - 2D vwp = vibrating wire piezometer giving pore pressure

20 20 Complications Seventeen graphs Four data sites –allow for future sites –allow for instrument removal/damage/addition At three sites –three instruments measuring earth movement –two instruments measuring pore pressure –each instrument had its own set of (up to 26) conversion constants two graph modes –selectable –emergency set

21 21 Proving in realBASIC

22 22 Solution DAT file on PC Sensors in the field convert to Graph request received get data Draw graph graph points (hourly, etc) research database of all readings convert to readings Identify data required graph data points Select graph parameters weekly, daily or 4- hourly downloads readings hourly down to every 5 minutes

23 23 Solution Applications run periodically by the Windows scheduling system The application checks for the existence of a DAT file specified in its own configuration file DAT file is processed if found Can add extra sites to the system without modifying code site 141 application configuration file for 141 DAT files for all sites DAT store 141.DAT 153 new site 153.DAT

24 24 File manipulation

25 25 Website

26 26 Website: data from a station

27 27 The website UOW landslide researchers NPWS road transport authorities rail authorities local council other local and foreign researchers Stakeholders emergency services

28 28 Context You want to build an asp.net application but don't want to buy the Visual Studio.NET IDE? You can do this from the command line: Path_to_your_visual_basic_compiler\vbc.exe /r:name_of_dll... source_file_name.vb Here is what we used: C:\winnt\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v \vbc /r:Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll /r:System.Data.dll /r:System.dll /r:System.xml.dll source_file.vb We used this to build the data processing application May even be more efficient than the IDE in some instances


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