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Semantic Water interoperability Model Community Group

The group will work on a controlled vocabulary describing Properties and Services for Things which from part of water and wastewater infrastructure. Context is around standardised data models used for monitoring and control purposes.

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SemanticWater.com is now live

SemanticWater.com is an initiative to promote the development, adoption, and standardisation of semantic models and technologies in the water sector. It has been initiated by Cardiff University and Aquamatix following their development of the WISDOM and SWIM semantic models respectively. These models are published and maintained through the initiative, which has also published a number of resources about semantic technologies for the water sector.

Call for Participation in Semantic Water interoperability Model Community Group

The Semantic Water interoperability Model Community Group has been launched:


The group will work on a controlled vocabulary describing Properties and Services for Things which from part of water and wastewater infrastructure. Context is around standardised data models used for monitoring and control purposes.


In order to join the group, you will need a W3C account.

This is a community initiative. This group was originally proposed on 2014-02-06 by Laurie Reynolds. The following people supported its creation: Laurie Reynolds, Balazs Pal, Jonathan Yu, Graham Allan, Adel Abdallah. W3C’s hosting of this group does not imply endorsement of its activities.

The group now has access to W3C-hosted services for email, blog, wikis, irc, tracking tools, and more. Read more about tools and services available by default and upon request.

If you believe that there is an issue with this group that requires the attention of the W3C staff, please send us email on site-comments@w3.org

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