Abstract—This article discusses the requirements for developing a mobile-based real-time physical status monitoring management system. In addition, mobile computing system should support distributed databases and mobile-based monitoring by providing user interfaces that can be used on mobile computers, such as smart phones. In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in the adoption of emerging mobile technologies for instrumentation within a variety of sustainability systems. Researchers have been discovering that mobile computing is an exciting technology that should not be viewed simply as a substitute for traditional tethered monitoring systems. In this study, we investigate how a movement-monitoring measurement system of a complex building is developed as a research environment for mobile computing and related decision-supportive technologies. The results of the field experiment showed an acceptable reading range and rate for the proposed system. Therefore, the monitoring system demonstrated great potential for improving the existing management processes for building health monitoring on large and complex construction site. As a result, this study will suggest possibility of approach that integrates automated data acquisition technologies by pen-based interaction to collect actual data from construction sites to make daily work reports.
Index Terms—building health monitoring, mobile computing, monitoring
Cite: Dae-Woong Shin, Sangyong Kim, and Gwang-Hee Kim, "Data Fusion of Real Time Physical Status Monitoring for Building Structure through Mobile Phone," International Journal of Structural and Civil Engineering Research, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 201-205, May 2015. doi: 10.18178/ijscer.4.2.201-205
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