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6 July 2018 DAG-MAM: meteorological and astronomical data monitoring for DAG (Eastern Anatolia Observatory)
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DAG (Eastern Anatolia Observatory) project is an ongoing project of 4 m visible (VIS) and near-infrared (IR) class telescope with active optics on primary mirror and adaptive optics on the Nasmyth platform at 3170 m altitude in Erzurum, Turkey. The first light of DAG Telescope will be taken on 2020. Some meteorological and astronomical measurements have been taken from several devices (meteorology stations, all sky camera, seeing camera and seeing quality meter, GNSS receiver, etc.) placed on a platform at the top of a 7 m tall DIMM tower at DAG Site (Konaklı/Erzurum) since the beginning of project (2012). Every device produces many various types of big-data. In order to analyse and evaluate these data all together in real-time, we have planned to design a database and a controller-pipeline software. In this poster, we present the first plans of this effort on a WEB GUI which allows to control historical and current data via the related charts.
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Cahit Yeşilyaprak, Cihan Tuğrul Tezcan, Mohammad Shameoni Niaei, İbrahim Özturk, Yavuz Güney, and Emre Doğan "DAG-MAM: meteorological and astronomical data monitoring for DAG (Eastern Anatolia Observatory)", Proc. SPIE 10700, Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes VII, 107005D (6 July 2018);

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