June 26, 2022
Smart Water Monitoring
Smart Water Monitoring

Summary:-

Currently, Internet of Things (IoT) and remote sensing (RS) technologies are used in various fields of research to monitor, collect and analyze data from remote locations. The vast increase in global industrial output, the shift from rural to urban areas, and the overuse of land and sea resources have significantly deteriorated the quality of water available to people. The heavy use of fertilizers on farms and the use of other chemicals in sectors such as mining and construction has contributed significantly to the overall decline in water quality worldwide. As water is essential for human survival, mechanisms must be put in place to strongly test the quality of usable drinking water in the rivers, streams, and coastlines that surround our villages, as well as cities and their interconnected supplies. city. Securing quality water is of utmost importance in preventing the onset of water-borne diseases and improving quality of life. This paper presents a smart water quality monitoring system using IoT and remote sensing technology.

Smart Water Quality Monitoring System (SWMS) for real-time water quality and usage monitoring It consists of two parts: a smart water meter and a smart water quality meter. The purpose of the Smart Water Quantity Meter design is to ensure water conservation by monitoring the amount of water consumed by the home and notifying consumers and authorities. The three-slab billing system generates consumption bills according to consumption. The smart water meter measures the water, i.e. five qualitative parameters, to determine the purity of the portable water consumers receive. pH, temperature, turbidity, dissolved oxygen and conductivity. The system prevents any health hazard or potential threat caused by accidental seepage of sewage or leakage into mobile water from farms. An online monitoring system is to provide this data to the cloud in real time. Violations of usage limits or water quality are immediately notified to consumers and authorities via SMS and system-generated warning signals.