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Title: Emergency Response Breakout Group


1
Emergency Response Breakout Group
Prof. Steven Glaser (glaser_at_ce.berkeley.edu)
Participants
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  • Emergencies to Monitor the list can become
    endless
  • Environmental and Physical parameters
  • Scaling issues for all varieties of sensed data
    and
  • scenarios
  • Integration of models and sensing for
    prognostication
  • Multi-use dynamically adaptive sensor networks

3
particular, detailed, code-driven
approach vs. providing an information
technology framework adaptable to a wide variety
of future applications - scalable, distributed,
adaptive, reprogramable
4
  • "Non-Engineering" Issues
  • Social impacts of better information
  • Delivery of knowledge to humans in real time
  • Social impacts of false positive/false negative
  • prognostication
  • Is there a level of knowledge above which more is
  • actually a hindrance?
  • Social issues surrounding immediate evacuation
  • Privacy issues grow out of the inherent multi-use
    of
  • sensor base

5
ROBUSTNESS
6
  • Distributed Processing Issues
  • The new power we have is from the local,
    ubiquitous, self-assembling, etc. sensor/MCU
    network
  • Can't possibly get all the data recorded out of
    the system
  • (bandwidth issues)
  • perform inverse models locally among Motes -
    where is value added
  • compared to investment
  • sliding levels of data abstraction - compression
    and coding
  • downloading of local, detailed data vs. local
    decision-making
  • solution techniques are robust w.r.t loss of
    network elements
  • reduction of information detail can be tailored
    to a particular task
  • a wide variety of inverse problems can be mapped
    to simpler
  • searches over sensor space
  • the model instructs the Mote assemblage to
    re-configure in order
  • to vary characterization granularity
    (self-scaling)

7
Current Projects
  • Shake table test of 3-story wood-frame building
  • at Richmond Field Station (PEER/CUREe)
  • Dynamic testing of drilled shaft (Underhill lot)
  • "Liquefaction by Explosives" test of Quay wall
    and
  • ground improvements (Tokachi Port, Hokkaido)

8
Proof of Concept Instrument the Golden Gate
Bridge!
  • Have a prototype structural health monitoring
    system up and running within 2 years
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