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CSIRO Presentation

Intelligent Mobile Application based sustainable irrigation water usage decision support system
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Cecil Li

on 9 May 2014

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"Version"
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"Last Update"
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"body":{
"Locations"
:["Baldry","Daly River","Gnangara","Griffith","Norwin","Robson Ck Single Tube","Robson Ck Dual Tube","Tullochgorum","Tumbarumba","Weany Ck","Yanco"],
"Latitude"
:[-32799999,-14200000,-31400000,-29500000,-27600000,-17100000,-17100000,-41700000,-35700000,-19900000,-35000000],
"Longitude"
:[148500000,131400000,115700000,149500000,151300000,145600000,145600000,147900000,148200000,146500000,146300000],
"Elevation"
:[438,75,50,127,361,715,715,285,1200,287,124],
"Land Cover"
:["Reforested & Pasture","Tropical Savannah","Banksia Woodland","Irrigated Pumpkins","Cotton","Rainforest","Rainforest","Improved Pasture","Wet Sclerophyll Eucalypt Forest","Open woodland, shrubby understory","Open Grassland"],
"Land Use"
:["Grazing","Grazing","National Park/State Forest","Agriculture","Agriculture","World Heritage Protected Area","World Heritage Protected Area","Grazing","Native/Plantation Forestry","Grazing","Grazing, Irrigated Cropping"],
"date"
:["30/03/2011","7/06/2011","11/05/2011","1/10/2011","30/03/2011","28/10/2010","19/09/2011","15/12/2010","3/04/2011","1/12/2010","1/04/2011"],
"Indicators"
:[2,2,2,1,1,2,2,2,2,2,2],
"Confidence"
:[0.1,0.2,0.3,0.4,0.5,0.6,0.7,0.8,0.9,1.0,1.1]}}
Do I need water for the next week?
Data
Retrieval
Module
JSON
Data with 35 Columns Array
AWAP
CosmOz
SILO
Australian Water Availability Project
Australian National Cosmic Ray Soil Moisture Monitoring Facility
SILO
The SILO patched point dataset is a daily meteorological data set, which provides historical daily weather records for 4760 Bureau of Meteorology recording stations around Australia from 1889 to present.
CSIRO Land and Water deployed eleven cosmic ray soil moisture sensors at 11 locations across Australia that will deliver data in near real time through a web service.

These novel probes use cosmic rays originating from outer space to measure average soil moisture over an area of about 40 hectares to a depth up to 90 cm.
This constitutes a quantum leap over conventional on-ground soil moisture sensing technology that can only measure soil moisture content within small volumes of soil.
Water Balance Model
Using the Cloud based in CSIRO, Tasmania
100 CPU cores
150 TB Storage
OpenStack Architecture

Operates 24/7
Database updates everyday at 2am EST
Machine
Learning
Process
Java and scala
PLAY 2.0 Framework
RESTful API
Web
Interface
Training Data
Training Target
Model
Data source
AWAP
CosmOz
Server Specification
List of 35 variables
Water Balance Model
LDA(Linear Discriminant Analysis) Cluster
Yes I need water!
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