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Real-time local and global monitoring system of environmental parameters

Work number - P 43 FILED

Authors: Bobalo Yu. Ya, Komarova L.O., Lukianov O.O., Maksymovych V.M., Pelishok V.O., Pyrarchuk O.O., Rippenbeyn V.V., Smuk R.T., Strykhalyuk B.M.

Submitted by Lviv Polytechnic National University

This paper devoted to designing and deployment the real-time local and global dynamic monitoring system of environmental parameters.


First, the methodological basicsof designing the real-time local and global monitoring system of environmental parameters, data processing and decision forming system, which is capable for effective operating in condition of uncertainty the quantity, type and mobility, space distribution and device connectedness environment.

Designed and deployedin practice the center for the monitoring system operating based on distributed servers, which provides the statistical processing, collecting and systematization of monitoring results, retrospective data analysis and forecasting the dynamic of emergence situation and it results. Designed and developed the center for alarm receiving VIRIAL-RFM, which provides the functions of prompt decision forming and reaction units’ management for industrial accidents. For the data support of dynamic monitoring system, nine types of devices were designed and introduced in series production. These types include devices for nuclear reconnaissance, localization, individual dosimetry control, permanent nuclear monitoring and selective detection of phosphor-organic and arsenical poison substances in the air with five-graded evaluation.

Designed system has not any analogue prototype in Ukraine as well as in the world. Deployment of this system allows Ukraine to match the world requirements, and provide the opportunity to present Ukraine as a country, which owns high-tech local and global dynamic monitoring and prompt decision forming systems for reaction units’ management in case of industrial emergency situation. These achievements will provide Ukraine the opportunity to become equal to the most powerful countries in the world.

Total average economic gain is 250 millions hrn. per year.

Scientific results of this work were publishedin 12 monographs and tutorials, 218 scientific papers, including 49 referred papers in SCOPUS database, and supported by 7 patents.