• Ms. Archana Adhikrao Gharge Dept. of ECE, JSPM’s BSIOTR, Pune, Maharashtra Pune University
  • Dr. Prof. Y. S. Angal (Guide) Dept. of ECE, JSPM’s BSIOTR, Pune, Maharashtra Pune University


WSN, Landslides, Tilt angle


Landslide detection is very common now a days due to natural calamities. A challenging wireless sensor networks can be used to alarm the effect of landslide even before the cause occurs. The proposed work consider tiny sensor nodes for the application with base station as central manager and sensor nodes for combining the raw data that are timely coordinated to monitor all the application’s. The applications considered are mountains, hills, regions with heavy rain fall where human monitoring is not possible. The sensor nodes deployed on the surface of non-reachable areas will be sending continuously measured parameters such as accelerometers voltage along X and Y axis and sensitivity accelerometers. Depending on these parameters tilt angle of a node is computed, which is compared with the threshold tilt angles. If the tilt angle is minimal than threshold value, then land sliding alarm is sent to the base stations for further action. In turn base station announces the same in the loud speaker up-to 2 km/ts. The proposed scheme result has been simulated using crossbow kit, moteview software and visual basic coding to visualize its effects in real time scenario. In this project we are going to detect temperature of that particular place and it will be displayed on screen.


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How to Cite

Ms. Archana Adhikrao Gharge, & Dr. Prof. Y. S. Angal (Guide). (2016). LANDSLIDE MEASUREMENT SYSTEM. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 2(6). Retrieved from