An Approach of Failure-Analysis for the Real-Time Fire Reconnaissance Satellite-Monitoring System

Omar Ariosto Niño Prieto, Luis Enrique Colmenares-Guillén, Edilberto Huerta Niño, Aldo Enrique Aguila Jurado

Abstract


In this paper, an approach failure model of Real Time Fire Reconnaissance Satellite-Monitoring System is presented. This approach is also analyzed and proposed based on the Fault Tree Analysis. The methodologies for this design are the Structured Analysis for Real Time SA-RT and the software is designed with the LACATRE formal language. This formal architecture using satellites as the input sensors was adapted from the original model that is a design pattern for Physical variation detection. The original design pattern has the mission of monitoring events such as natural disasters or to look for medical applications, and existing illnesses’ prevention such as diabetes-this is in a patent process. This satellite design will permit Real Time Fire Satellite-Monitoring, which will reduce the damage and danger caused by fire consumption of forests, tropical forests and lands in Mexico. This new proposal makes it possible to have an unused system that impacts on disaster prevention combining national and international technologies and cooperation to the benefit of humankind.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/cis.v6n4p139

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