Ontology-based sharing of structural health monitoring data

Seppo Törmä, Pekka Toivola, Markku Kiviniemi, Päivi Puntila, Mikko Lampi, Teemu Mätäsniemi

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    Abstract

    A structural health monitoring system installed in a bridge produces a vast amount of sensor data that is analyzed and periodically reported to a bridge owner at an aggregate level. The data itself typically remains in the monitoring service of a service provider; it may be accessible to clients and third parties through a dedicated user interface and API. This paper presents an ontology to defining the monitoring model based on the Semantic Sensor Network Ontology by W3C. The goal is to enable an asset owner to utilize preferred tools to view and access monitoring data from different service providers, and in longer term, increase the utilization of monitoring data in facility management. The ultimate aim is to use BrIM as a digital twin of a bridge and to link external datasets to improve information management and maintenance over its lifecycle.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication20th Congress of IABSE, New York City 2019
    Subtitle of host publicationThe Evolving Metropolis - Report
    PublisherInternational Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering IABSE
    Pages2214-2221
    ISBN (Print)978-1-5108-9537-9
    Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event20th IABSE Congress New York City 2019: The Evolving Metropolis - New York City, United States
    Duration: 4 Sep 20196 Sep 2019

    Conference

    Conference20th IABSE Congress New York City 2019
    CountryUnited States
    CityNew York City
    Period4/09/196/09/19

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    Structural health monitoring
    Ontology
    Monitoring
    Application programming interfaces (API)
    Information management
    User interfaces
    Sensor networks
    Semantics
    Sensors

    Keywords

    • Bridge information model
    • Facility management
    • Linked data
    • Monitoring
    • Ontology

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    Törmä, S., Toivola, P., Kiviniemi, M., Puntila, P., Lampi, M., & Mätäsniemi, T. (2019). Ontology-based sharing of structural health monitoring data. In 20th Congress of IABSE, New York City 2019: The Evolving Metropolis - Report (pp. 2214-2221). International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering IABSE.
    Törmä, Seppo ; Toivola, Pekka ; Kiviniemi, Markku ; Puntila, Päivi ; Lampi, Mikko ; Mätäsniemi, Teemu. / Ontology-based sharing of structural health monitoring data. 20th Congress of IABSE, New York City 2019: The Evolving Metropolis - Report. International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering IABSE, 2019. pp. 2214-2221
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    Törmä, S, Toivola, P, Kiviniemi, M, Puntila, P, Lampi, M & Mätäsniemi, T 2019, Ontology-based sharing of structural health monitoring data. in 20th Congress of IABSE, New York City 2019: The Evolving Metropolis - Report. International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering IABSE, pp. 2214-2221, 20th IABSE Congress New York City 2019, New York City, United States, 4/09/19.

    Ontology-based sharing of structural health monitoring data. / Törmä, Seppo; Toivola, Pekka; Kiviniemi, Markku; Puntila, Päivi; Lampi, Mikko; Mätäsniemi, Teemu.

    20th Congress of IABSE, New York City 2019: The Evolving Metropolis - Report. International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering IABSE, 2019. p. 2214-2221.

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    Törmä S, Toivola P, Kiviniemi M, Puntila P, Lampi M, Mätäsniemi T. Ontology-based sharing of structural health monitoring data. In 20th Congress of IABSE, New York City 2019: The Evolving Metropolis - Report. International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering IABSE. 2019. p. 2214-2221