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JCR. 2020; 7(14): 2018-2024


SMART WATER ANALYTICS SYSTEM FOR DEMAND FORECASTING OF WATER CONSUMPTION AND ANALYSIS

Arsalan Anwar, Devraj D, Dhanush R, Ganesh Prasad S, Jyothi DG.

Abstract
India is one among the most water stressed countries in the world and by the end of 2020, as
many as 21 cities are expected to go dry in terms of groundwater with Bengaluru being one among them. We
have a very limited amount of time to manage our water resources and use them efficiently. In this paper, we
design and develop a secure, scalable, user friendly and a low-cost web portal which analyses the historical
water consumption to present detailed graphs to provide better understanding to both BWSSB authorities and
the general public. It also forecasts the future water consumption demand of various wards using a Time Series
Forecasting model called Holt Winters and the system also suggests ways of reducing the demand. The
dashboard also has a choropleth map of the wards classified based on the amount of Non-Revenue Water
(NRW) to give a clear understanding of where the water wastage can be reduced. The data has been collected
from Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) which is the official governmental body to
manage the water resources for Bengaluru. The data collected is for about ten wards in Bengaluru South for a
period of five years from 2014 to 2019. This Smart Water Analytics Portal will be helpful for both the BWSSB
authorities to take timely action and the general public to know more about their respective wards.

Key words: Smart Water Management, Water consumption analysis, Holt Winters, SARIMA, ARIMA, Water Demand Forecast, MAE, MAPE, RMSE



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