Web-based knowledge management system: linking smart metering to the future of urban water planning

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Stewart, RA
Willis, R
Giurco, D
Panuwatwanich, K
Capati, G
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N. Sipe

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2010
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The planning of cities and their water supplies are intertwined. This paper explores the potential role of smart metering for the future of water planning and management in Australian cities. Smart meters for electricity are being rolled out nationally, and while smart meters for water are not yet being implemented at such a scale, they have the capacity to deliver increasing data to planners and residents about patterns of water use. To translate this data to useful information, a Web-Based Knowledge Management System (WBKMS) is proposed, which integrates smart metering, end use water consumption data, wireless communication networks and information management systems in order to provide real-time information on how, when and where water is being consumed for the consumer and utility. Summary data from the system will also be of interest to architects, developers and planners, seeking to understand water consumption patterns across stratified urban samples. An overview of the challenges for developing the WBKMS and an associated research agenda to address current knowledge gaps concludes the paper.

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Australian Planner

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47

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2

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© 2010 Planning Institute of Australia. This is the author-manuscript version of the article published in Australian Planner, Volume 47, Issue 2, 2010, pages 66-74. Reproduced in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher.Please refer to the journal link for access to the definitive, published version.

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