A Cyber-Physical System for Girder Hoisting Monitoring Based on Smartphones
AbstractOffshore design and construction is much more difficult than land-based design and construction, particularly due to hoisting operations. Real-time monitoring of the orientation and movement of a hoisted structure is thus required for operators’ safety. In recent years, rapid development of the smart-phone commercial market has offered the possibility that everyone can carry a mini personal computer that is integrated with sensors, an operating system and communication system that can act as an effective aid for cyber-physical systems (CPS) research. In this paper, a CPS for hoisting monitoring using smartphones was proposed, including a phone collector, a controller and a server. This system uses smartphones equipped with internal sensors to obtain girder movement information, which will be uploaded to a server, then returned to controller users. An alarming system will be provided on the controller phone once the returned data exceeds a threshold. The proposed monitoring system is used to monitor the movement and orientation of a girder during hoisting on a cross-sea bridge in real time. The results show the convenience and feasibility of the proposed system. View Full-Text
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Han, R.; Zhao, X.; Yu, Y.; Guan, Q.; Hu, W.; Li, M. A Cyber-Physical System for Girder Hoisting Monitoring Based on Smartphones. Sensors 2016, 16, 1048.
Han R, Zhao X, Yu Y, Guan Q, Hu W, Li M. A Cyber-Physical System for Girder Hoisting Monitoring Based on Smartphones. Sensors. 2016; 16(7):1048.Chicago/Turabian Style
Han, Ruicong; Zhao, Xuefeng; Yu, Yan; Guan, Quanhua; Hu, Weitong; Li, Mingchu. 2016. "A Cyber-Physical System for Girder Hoisting Monitoring Based on Smartphones." Sensors 16, no. 7: 1048.
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