Multi-source Data in the Geological Disasters Early Warning for Power-Grid
Abstract— In China, the frequent occurrences of geological disasters have negative effects on the people’s
production, life and many other fields. In the field of power-grid constructions, due to the long-term exposure
of power-transmission lines to the natural environment, severe natural disasters, such as heavy rains,
landslides, and collapses, will put power-transmission lines in great dangers, and will cause a lot of property
loss. Therefore, the effective detection and the early warning of geological disasters are valid approaches to
improve the governance and management of geological disasters. First of all, this paper analyzes the
characteristics of the prevention and control of power-transmission lines, and then puts forward the main data
affecting the early warning of geological disasters, which provides a theoretical basis for further realizing the
early warning of geological disasters.
Index Terms— Power-transmission lines, Geological disasters, Monitoring and warning, Multi-source data
WenHao OU, Yang Zhi, BinBin ZHAO, XiangZe Fei, Xiao Ma
Power transformer engineering research institute, China Electric Power Research Institute Co., Ltd., CHINA
Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA
Cite: WenHao OU, Wei XIA, Yang Zhi, BinBin ZHAO, XiangZe Fei, Xiao Ma, "Multi-source Data in the Geological Disasters Early Warning for Power-Grid," Proceedings of 2019 the 9th International Workshop on Computer Science and Engineering, pp. 658-662, Hong Kong, 15-17 June, 2019.