International Advanced Research Journal in             Science, Engineering and Technology

A monthly peer-reviewed Online and Print journal

ISSN Online 2393-8021
ISSN Print 2394-1588

Since  2014

Abstract: Water is the most widely used matter present on earth, due to urbanization industrialization, and pollution the availability of fresh water for drinking becomes scarce. Management of fresh water should be done strictly for a safe future. The conventional method of monitoring water quality is a slow and expensive process. In addition, this monitoring method is not suitable for rural and remote areas where analytical laboratories and technical personnel are not available. Current testing approaches are time-consuming and require 18-24 hours to give a result. The equipment used in this method is bulky to transport to remote locations, very complex to use and requires specialized professionals to perform the tests. Although these processes are carried out by field experts, precise monitoring of water quality using chemical reagents and specialized laboratory equipment is complex and not completely reliable. The sensor-based monitoring technology has solved many difficulties associated with the monitoring of many elements such as air quality monitoring, noise level monitoring, and flood monitoring in the modern world. Real-time monitoring, of a flood, sewer monitoring, and rubbish collection are all done via sensor-based systems connected to the internet. Water quality monitoring in rivers, lakes, and underground water can be done by using sensor-based smart monitoring techniques. In this research work, a sensor-based smart technique is used for water quality (ph, turbidity, temperature) and quantity (water level) monitoring for river tamsa.

Keywords: sensors, water quality, smart monitoring, real time monitoring


PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2021.81103

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