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Agent based data collecting in a forest fire monitoring system

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3 Author(s)
Ljiljana Bodrozic ; Department for Modelling and Intelligent Systems, FESB - Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, UNIVERSITY OF SPLIT, 21000 Split, CROATIA, R.Boskovica bb. e-mail: ljiljana@fesb.hr ; Darko Stipanicev ; Maja Stula

In forest fire protection systems 24 hour surveillance is of most importance. Real time data must be acquired to react fast enough to suppress fire occurrence or to minimize damage made by forest fires. In forest fire monitoring systems, usually a large area must be controlled. Real time data has to be collected and processed in time. When the amount of data reaches critical volume, modern software techniques have to be implemented in order to accomplish system goals. In this work we have implemented agent technology on data retrieval and processing. A multi-agent system for real-time data collection and processing is described. This work is a part of a more complex integral project of forest fire protection in Split-Dalmatia County. The integral forest fire protection system will be based on the information system for integration of all activities connected with early fire detection by 24 hours video and meteorological monitoring, management of forest-fire fighting and post-fire recuperation of burned landscape

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2006 International Conference on Software in Telecommunications and Computer Networks

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Sept. 29 2006-Oct. 1 2006