On December 2014, we have been awarded to install a numbers of monitoring point for landslide monitoring. The setup includes an installation of In-Place Inclinometer, Piezometer, Extensometer, and rainguages.

The installation takes places at Gunung Pass, Cameron Highland for the study of data transmission using Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) in the mountains area by Universiti Putra Malaysia.

The purpose of the project is to transfer readings from the soil movement to the central hub server. Once the nodes have been deployed, they are programmed to collect and transmit data according to specific requirements. A node on a mountain peak has been programmed to collect temperature and humidity, soil movement, and other parameters required every 10 minutes and transmit it to a central hub located in Serdang, Selangor. The data can then be processed and analyzed to produce meaningful insights into the mountain environment and help inform decisions about natural resource management or scientific research.

WSNs on mountains provide a flexible and cost-effective way to gather critical environmental data in remote or inaccessible locations, and they play an important role in improving our understanding of these areas and helping us to make more informed decisions about how we interact with and manage these ecosystems.

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