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Extending the Intelligent Water Semantic Model (RSM) to support market specific custom asset types

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000237031D
Publication Date: 2014-May-27
Document File: 3 page(s) / 285K

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Abstract

A method for extending the Intelligent Water Semantic Model (RSM) to support market specific custom asset types is disclosed..

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Extending the Intelligent Water Semantic Model (RSM) to support market specific custom asset types

Disclosed is a method for extending the Intelligent Water Semantic Model (RSM) to support market specific custom asset types.

One of the most important software architectural design patterns within Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is the support of a canonical message model within an enterprise. By standardizing on a common message model across the messaging infrastructure and using this message model to define the service definition the level of complexity inherent in integration is reduced as an enterprise transforms to be more service orientated. Thus, an enterprise can transform from complex and unwieldy point to point integrations across different service definition and message models to a much more scalable hub and spoke architecture where the conical enterprise message model is standardized . Figure 1 depicts an example of a complex modeling system called RSM which is used to model assets. All equipment asset intensive companies, such as the water industry, have complex and changing asset management requirements. The ability to effectively manage and monitor these equipment assets, their changing measurement values and their interconnections is key to the success of any capital intensive company.

Figure 1

A high level semantic model that models assets in general is chosen to model the integration of the data . Points in the high level semantic model are i...