2023, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part A
Water quality monitoring system using internet of things
Author(s): Vijay Anand MK
Abstract: Water pollution has been an increasing problem over the last few years. Water personal satisfaction may be a standout amongst those primary variables with control wellbeing and the state for sicknesses "around kin what's more animals. Lakes and waterways would those fundamental wellsprings about drinking water, which impressively rely on upon water personal satisfaction (refers of the physical, chemical, What's more living aspects about water). The objective of this water quality monitoring system using internet of things is to find the quality of the water i.e., how the pH content varies and sending message to the corresponding authorities. We are going to implement this project at municipal water tanks and drinking water reservoir. For that we are using an Arduino board for finding pH value and GSM module for message technique. We use a led display to have continuous observation on water parameters. Finally, the user gets message of pH value of water Further we extend this project by sending the sensor data to cloud for global monitoring of water quality. Water contamination will be those sullying about water figures (Lakes, rivers, oceans, aquifers what's more groundwater). To provide pure water for marine animals, using wireless oxygen sensor network system quality of water can be detected. In order to estimate the pollution content in and amount of oxygen level in the water for future purification of water. At the oxygen centralization surpasses those ordinary extent our convenient oxygen focus identification What's more screen framework will inform the client promptly. This plan is simple will perused Also know the extent to which oxygen centralization will be exhibit buzzing around.
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Vijay Anand MK. Water quality monitoring system using internet of things. Int J Res Circuits Devices Syst 2023;4(1):01-05.