Airspace Monitoring in the Event of a Critical Situation with the Help of an Active Optical-Electronic Device as Part of a Robotic Complex

  • Leonid V. SmirnovEmail author
  • Victoria A. Ryzhova
Part of the Studies in Systems, Decision and Control book series (SSDC, volume 261)


Problem statement: The interaction of the Intelligent Electromechanical System (SEMS) with lidars is highly relevant at this time. The symbiosis of these areas will allow to properly monitoring potentially dangerous territories and zones of industrial facilities. The expediency of using robotized systems is conditioned by the ability to transmit real-time information about the state of the probing space to the appropriate authorities for taking prompt and adequate measures. Purpose of research: The introduction of lidar technology in the robotic meteorological complex. For the successful implementation and identification of the weather phenomenon in the meteorological robotic complex, it is necessary to specify the main components of lidar sensing. Results: Paramount will be given the parameters of the atmosphere, namely, the ultraviolet region of the optical range. After that, substances indicators characterizing this phenomenon will be given. Then you need to set the threshold power of the backscatter signal on the photo detector, which will allow identifying substances with a concentration of up to ppb. Practical significance: The using of this technology will further improve the efficiency of detection and identification of weather phenomena in particular and in general. Information from the complex, transmitted to special services, will allow for timely response to weather events and minimizing their consequences.


UV Hurricane Atmosphere SEMS Backscatter power 


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  1. 1.ITMO UniversitySaint PetersburgRussia

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