In the process of converting repositories to the new format, the repo dataModel.WaterNetworkManagement is being converted.
- json schema has already documented every property
- The new specs in EN-US, FR and ES are available
It has been included the concept of vertices into the data models of Valve, Pump and Pipe, into the water networks management of the Smart Water domain.
Check the changes into the PR here.
Tank is one of the elements of a water network infrastructure. Now in this link, you can generate random examples of a Tank. Refresh the page and you’ll get several examples.
Smart water data models for subject water network management have been updated to align them with current guidelines.
These data model will allow you to connect your NGSI platform with EPANET.
There are no structural changes, but the definitions are located in the subject shared schema.
It affects to
A new model for the environmental observation of water is being contributed.
You can reach it here
There are 4 new data models under review at incubated folder
They will have to be adapted to the guidelines and to the manual of single data code
Additionally, there are new contributions to water Network management
It also has been submitted a new data model for water observation. Soon to be assessed and shared.
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Currently, there is an initiative to review the data models of
Thanks to some of the projects in water sector coming from ICT4Water and specifically for FIWARE4WATER.
Please send your contributions as an issue or PR to their repositories.
Regarding some questions addressed by participants. Yes, it is possible to include into the attribution to your organisation AND to your project in a contribution.
See example on water network management Subject.
The models are available in the subject smart-data-models / dataModel.WaterNetworkManagement
As an enabler for the integration with EPANET