Development of a pattern recognition system for the identification of domestic water consumption
Between the years 2015 and 2016 everis Ingeniería has developed a pattern recognition system for the Isabel II channel with the aim of identifying the final uses of water in domestic consumption.
The works have consisted in the creation of an automatic platform of consumption identification based on the signals registered by precision counters equipped with digital pulse emitter. For this, the team of everis Ingeniería has used advanced technologies on pattern recognition and supervised classification of signals such as artificial neuronal networks (ANN) and methods based on support vectors machines (SVM). The procedures conceived have been automated and programmed by means of a computer application that allows the massive processing of data from the readings of a multitude of counters and long periods of time without the need of the participation of an operator.
In addition, and as project closure, everis Ingeniería has published a disclosure document that is part of the Canal de Isabel II R&D and innovation log.