Digital Signal Processing

   

Semantic web based Sensor Planning Services (SPS) for Sensor Web Enablement (SWE)

Authors: P.Udayakumar, M.Indhumathi

The Sensor Planning Service (SPS) is service model to define the web service interface for requesting user driven acquisitions and observation. It’s defined by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Sensor Web Enablement (SWE) group to provide standardized interface for tasking sensors to allow to defining, checking, modifying and cancelling tasks of sensor and sensor data. The goal of Sensor Planning Service (SPS) of OGC – SWE is standardize the interoperability between a client and a server collection management environment. The Sensor Planning Service (SPS) is need to automate complex data flow in a large enterprises that are depend on live & stored data from sensors and multimedia equipment. The obstacle are faced in Sensor Planning Service (SPS) are (I) Observation from sensor at the right time and right place will be problem, (II) acquisition information(data) that are collected at a specific time and specific place will be problem. The above two obstacle are accomplished and obtained by the web based semantic technology in order to provide & apply the ontology based semantic rule to user driven a acquisitions and observation of Sensor Planning Service (SPS). The novelty of our approach is by adding the semantic rule to Sensor Planning Service model in SWE and we implemented Sensor Planning Service (SPS) with semantic knowledge based to achieve high standardized service model for Sensor Planning Service (SPS) of OGC – SWE.

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