2019
DOI: 10.1016/j.future.2018.11.025
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Workflow-based automatic processing for Internet of Floating Things crowdsourced data

Abstract: Data from sensors incorporated into mobile devices, such as networked navigational sensors, can be used to capture detailed environmental information. We describe here a workflow and framework for using sensors on boats to construct unique new datasets of underwater topography (bathymetry). Starting with a large number of measurements of position, depth, etc., obtained from such an Internet of Floating Things, we illustrate how, with a specialized protocol, data can be communicated to cloud resources, even whe… Show more

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“…At the best of our knowledge, there are some business applications leveraging on bathymetry crowdsourced data in order to improve marine digital maps such as, but not limited to, Navionics Sonar Maps. 2 From the open data point of view, the project run in the context of OpenSeaMap 3 has the aim to collect leisure yachts GPS positions and depth data from the on board echo sounder on a volunteer basis. Table 1 compares and contrasts these last two applications and DYNAMO.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…At the best of our knowledge, there are some business applications leveraging on bathymetry crowdsourced data in order to improve marine digital maps such as, but not limited to, Navionics Sonar Maps. 2 From the open data point of view, the project run in the context of OpenSeaMap 3 has the aim to collect leisure yachts GPS positions and depth data from the on board echo sounder on a volunteer basis. Table 1 compares and contrasts these last two applications and DYNAMO.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this paper, we envision the utilization of leisure and working vessels as potential instruments for collecting coastal marine data in a crowdsourcing fashion. Indeed, these vessels are equipped with on-board sensors, which can collect precious data whenever the ships are on the water following the paradigm of Internet of Floating Things (IoFT) defined in [2]. Moreover, in this work we show how the IoFT, and the collection of coastal marine data from on-board vessel instruments and sensors, can be exploited to improve the numerical forecast of pollutants transport and diffusion for marine farms' products quality assessment.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…During the 2008 Beijing Olympics, 11 prefecture-level cities under the jurisdiction of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province established the joint control mechanism for air pollution joint defense for the first time [3], [27]. 13 urban areas implement unified standards, unified deployment, unified management, and unified decision-making.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Its main function is to determine whether the information in the memory cell C t at the current moment can enter the hidden layer state h t . The mathematics of memory cells is formulated as (3).…”
Section: ) Long Short Term Memory Networkmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…They detected air exchange rate within and outside of vehicle before and after window is open on an internet of things (Iot) platform [2]. Another IoT application using ANN is proposed by overcoming the limitation of existing approaches which have lengthyshort term memory based artificial intelligence technique using neural network for prediction of contaminants concentration in a polluted environment [3][4][5].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%