InSeT

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Published on November 16, 2007

Author: Dixon

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InSeT System Inertial Sensor Tracking System:  InSeT System Inertial Sensor Tracking System Underground Mine Safety For Personnel Utilizing Inertial Sensors Technical Presentation InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Benefits of a Personnel Tracking System Safety Provides real time location of mine personnel, in the event of an emergency. Tracks personnel, as they move away from dangerous conditions. Provides rescue personnel with the most accurate and up-to-date locations of trapped personnel. Assists land survey personnel with quickly finding the optimum surface drilling location. Capable of “Voice Over” broadband communication. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Global Positioning System Limitations GPS signals do not penetrate into the Earth, this does not provide assistance in locating mine personnel operating underground. At best GPS is used by the surface land survey crews. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Most all components of the system are commercially available. Charting software Inertial Sensors Micro-Electronics Batteries Server Computers and Wireless Ethernet Military Specification Components Shock isolation systems Integration of components into an operational tracking system, is what is required. Electronic and Mechanical Components InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Operates on the principle of Inertial Navigation Submarines have been using this type of navigation system since the early 1960s. Uses wireless VHF broad band TCP/IP transceivers. Seam height determines frequencies to maximize “wave guide ducting” effect. Utilizes UPS and back up power systems to preserve operation. Computer monitor system is located away from the mine. Requires minimum attention from personnel, who are wearing the tracking devices. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Principles of Inertial Navigation Does not require external input for operation. Motion of the inertial sensing instruments, from a known docking location, translates into a precise grid coordinate location. Computing power and miniaturization has progressed to the point of making personal devices possible. In 1960, the inertial sensor was slightly smaller than a Volkswagen. Not to mention the computer and control cabinet were both the size of refrigerators. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Computer monitor, located outside of mine, uses a grid system to plot the location of personnel. Zoom-in capability provides accuracy in location and tracking of personnel. All tracking devices have unique identification code. In an emergency situation, rescue personnel would each be assigned an InSeT tracking device. Rescue personnel progress can be monitored as they attempt to reach trapped mine personnel. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Monitor Tracking Screen InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Monitor Tracking Screen - Zoom In InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System The tracking device is “wearable”. Battery life is approximately 36 hours. Transmitting range is, typically, 1 mile enclosed. Docking station is optically aligned and set to the “grid coordinates” to provide known docking position to tracking devices and battery charging. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Sago Mine, Tallmansville, WV The Sago Mine with the InSeT system installed. Broad band transceivers installed, 500-700 feet apart. Reception range is, typically, 1 mile for each transeceiver. Multiple redundancy of transceivers. Transceivers are re-locatable. Transceivers do not depend on precise position installation. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Sago Mine Tallmansville, WV with InSeT Installed InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System The Body Pack Transmitter Utilizes MEMS Technology 3 axis inertial sensor. Dedicated computer processor, firmware, and memory. On-board processor controlled battery management. Integrated Radio Frequency transmitter. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Telemetry Transceivers Transceivers are Wireless Broad Band TCP/IP protocol. Each transceiver has battery back-up power supply. Transceivers operate in full duplex mode. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Charging and Alignment Station Each wireless body pack is stored in the charger when not in use. The “battery charging and master reset” station provides a known position (docked) on the grid. The station is optically aligned to monuments located in the main tunnel. Monuments are set utilizing accepted geographic survey practices. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Normal and “Critical” Power Distribution The InSeT system includes Critical power distribution. Propane powered generator. Automatic bus loss detection and switching circuitry. Components of the system on the Critical power bus. Main computer system. Selectable broad band transceivers. Monitor Screens. Remote Monitor Screens. InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System Operation In Extreme Conditions All components of the InSeT system adhere to military specifications for: High Temperature Life Operation in High Humidity Salt Spray Salt Atmosphere Mechanical Shock Thermal Shock Vibration Cabling shall be low smoke, chemical resistant, and armored. MIL-C-13377 and MIL-C-22613 All connectors shall be waterproof and flame proof. MIL-C-55081 and MIL-C-55243 InSeT Inertial Tracking System:  InSeT Inertial Tracking System

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