INCREASING DATA ADEQUACY IN THE MONITORING SYSTEM WITH MODIFIED ARCHITECTURE
Keywords:correction, infrared and visible range, liquid crystal filter, modified architecture, monitoring, reliability
In the article the problem of increasing the data adequacy of remote measurement using monitoring systems on the base of controlled liquid crystal filters is considered. The proposed monitoring system performs joint measurements in the infrared and visible ranges of the spectrum, as well as panchromatic measurements, implements the correction technique of their data, local management of each measuring module, which increases the reliability of the obtained data. Modified architecture provides the ability to set the channels of the alternative measurement system and increases the efficiency of decision-making on the base of monitoring results.
The correction of channel error and measurement data, local control of each channel of measuring modules with half-width control, transmission of liquid crystal filters depending on the values of additional parameters and flexible measuring architecture provide correction of internal and external factors of the system.
The proposed multifunctional system with a modified architecture allows to obtain the reliable information about the coordinates and areas of oil spots on a sea surface. With the help of limited amount of data obtained from three ranges by different measuring channels, it is possible to reliably estimate the state of the researched object. Multilevel measurements for data validation considering the atmospheric influences and the usage of WEB / GIS communication allow to realize the accounting and evaluation of external factors to correct the measurement data of the system.
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