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Realtime Estimation of Distributed Parameters Systems: Application to Large Scale Infrastructure Systems

SESSION: CFD Incompressible/Modeling and Simulation

EVENT TYPE: Masterworks

TIME: 3:30PM - 4:15PM

Presenter(s):Alexandre Bayen

ROOM:TCC 301/302

The coupling of the physical world with information technology promises to help meet increasing demands for efficient, sustainable, and secure management of our built infrastructure and natural environment. This work investigates the problem of real-time estimation of distributed parameters systems in the context of monitoring traffic, river flows and earthquakes. The recent explosion of smartphones with Internet connectivity, GPS and magnetometers is rapidly increasing sensing capabilities for numerous infrastructure systems. The talk will focus mainly on a traffic monitoring system launched jointly by UC Berkeley and Nokia, called Mobile Millennium, which is operational in Northern California and streams more than 60 million data points a day into traffic models. The talk will also present two more recent applications of this research: the floating sensor network, for real-time riverflow reconstruction, and the iShake system, for smartphone-based real-time earthquake monitoring.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Alexandre Bayen - University of California, Berkeley

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