Klaudia Horváth

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In a context of global change, the inland navigation transport has gained interest with economic and 1 environmental benefits. The development of this means of conveyance requires the improvement of its 2 management rules to deal with the increase of navigation (schedules and frequency) and the potential 3 impact of global change. To achieve this aim, it is(More)
Navigation canals are used for transport purposes. In order to allow safe navigation the water level should be kept in a certain range around the Normal Navigation Level (NNL). The water level is disturbed by known and unknown inputs, like tributaries, municipal water flows, rain, etc. Some of these inputs can be used to control the water level. If the(More)
This paper reports the initial steps in the development of WaterLab, an ambitious experimental facility for the testing of new cyber-physical technologies in drinking water distribution networks (DWDN). WaterLab's initial focus is on wireless control networks and on data-based, distributed anomaly detection over wireless sensor networks. The former can be(More)
In recent years, inland navigation networks benefit from the innovation of the instrumentation and SCADA systems. These data acquisition and control systems lead to a reactive asset-management of inland navigation networks. However, sensors and actuators are subject to faults due to the strong effects of the environment, aging, etc. In this paper, a sensor(More)
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