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Smart Water Management: An Ontology-Driven Context-Aware IoT Application
D. Goel, , H. Ghosh
Published in Springer Verlag
Volume: 10597 LNCS
Pages: 639 - 646
This paper presents a context-aware ontology driven approach to water resource management in smart cities for providing adequate water supply to the citizens. The appropriate management of water requires exploitation of efficient action plan to review the prevailing causes of water shortage in a geospatial environment. This involves analysis of historical and real-time water specific information captured through heterogeneous sensors. Since the gathered contextual data is available in different formats so interoperability across diverse data requires converting it into a common perceivable RDF format. As the perceptual model of the Smart Water domain comprises of observable media properties of the concepts so to achieve context-aware data fusion we have employed multimedia ontology based semantic mapping. The multimedia ontology encoded in Multimedia Web Ontology Language (MOWL) forms the core of our IoT based smart water application. It supports Dynamic Bayesian Network based probabilistic reasoning to predict the changing situations in a real-time irregular environment patterns. Ultimately, the paper presents a context-aware approach to deal with uncertainties in water resource in the face of environment variability and offer timely conveyance to water authorities by circulating warnings via text-messages or emails. To illustrate the usability of the presented approach we have utilized the online available sample water data-sets. © 2017, Springer International Publishing AG.