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DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-99546-1_6
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Title (Primary) The Digital Earth SMART monitoring concept and tools
Title (Secondary) Integrating data science and earth science. Challenges and solutions
Author Koedel, U.; Dietrich, P. ORCID logo ; Fischer, P.; Greinert, J.; Bundke, U.; Burwicz-Galerne, E.; Haas, A.; Herrarte, I.; Haroon, A.; Jegen, M.; Kalbacher, T.; Kennert, M.; Korf, T.; Kunkel, R.; Kwok, C.Y.; Mahnke, C.; Nixdorf, E.; Paasche, H.; González Ávalos, E.; Petzold, A.; Rohs, S.; Wagner, R.; Walter, A.
Publisher Bouwer, L.M.; Dransch, D.; Ruhnke, R.; Rechid, D.; Frickenhaus, S.; Greinert, J.
Source Titel SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences
Year 2022
Department ENVINF; MET
Page From 85
Page To 120
Language englisch
Topic T5 Future Landscapes
Keywords Adaptive; Prediction; Monitoring; Sensors; Metadata; FAIR; DataFlow; SMART concept; SMART tools
Abstract Reliable data are the base of all scientific analyses, interpretations and conclusions. Evaluating data in a smart way speeds up the process of interpretation and conclusion and highlights where, when and how additionally acquired data in the field will support knowledge gain. An extended SMART monitoring concept is introduced which includes SMART sensors, DataFlows, MetaData and Sampling approaches and tools. In the course of the Digital Earth project, the meaning of SMART monitoring has significantly evolved. It stands for a combination of hard- and software tools enhancing the traditional monitoring approach where a SMART monitoring DataFlow is processed and analyzed sequentially on the way from the sensor to a repository into an integrated analysis approach. The measured values itself, its metadata, and the status of the sensor, and additional auxiliary data can be made available in real time and analyzed to enhance the sensor output concerning accuracy and precision. Although several parts of the four tools are known, technically feasible and sometimes applied in Earth science studies, there is a large discrepancy between knowledge and our derived ambitions and what is feasible and commonly done in the reality and in the field.
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Koedel, U., Dietrich, P., Fischer, P., Greinert, J., Bundke, U., Burwicz-Galerne, E., Haas, A., Herrarte, I., Haroon, A., Jegen, M., Kalbacher, T., Kennert, M., Korf, T., Kunkel, R., Kwok, C.Y., Mahnke, C., Nixdorf, E., Paasche, H., González Ávalos, E., Petzold, A., Rohs, S., Wagner, R., Walter, A. (2022):
The Digital Earth SMART monitoring concept and tools
In: Bouwer, L.M., Dransch, D., Ruhnke, R., Rechid, D., Frickenhaus, S., Greinert, J. (eds.)
Integrating data science and earth science. Challenges and solutions
SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences
Springer International Publishing, Cham, p. 85 - 120 10.1007/978-3-030-99546-1_6