Brimon: a sensor network system for railway bridge monitoring

  title={Brimon: a sensor network system for railway bridge monitoring},
  author={Kameswari Chebrolu and Bhaskaran Raman and Nilesh Mishra and Phani Kumar Valiveti and Raj Kumar},
Railway systems are critical in many regions, and can consist of several tens of thousands of bridges, being used over several decades. It is critical to have a system to monitor the health of these bridges and report when and where maintenance operations are needed. This paper presents BriMon, a wireless sensor network based system for such monitoring. The design of BriMon is driven by two important factors: application requirements, and detailed measurement studies of several pieces of the… CONTINUE READING
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