Telemetry Data Considerations in Water Systems Control

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by Chun-Hou Orr, Leicester Polytechnic, United Kingdom,
Bryan Coulbeck, Leicester Polytechnic, United Kingdom,
Masud Parkar, Leicester Polytechnic, United Kingdom,
Steven Tennant, Leicester Polytechnic, United Kingdom,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Optimizing the Resources for Water Management:

Abstract: The installation of increasingly sophisticated telemetry systems for data collection within the water supply and distribution networks has progressed rapidly in recent years. This has resulted in vast quantities of telemetry data being made available for water systems control. In order to make the most efficient use of this telemetry data, particularly for on-line control applications, the data must be managed and processed efficiently and reliably. This paper presents the main considerations for effective management of telemetry data for control applications in water supply and distribution systems.

Subject Headings: Control systems | Data processing | Water supply systems | Information management | Data collection | Hydrologic data | Power transmission |

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