Real time lake water level evaporation and variablity monitoring system using internet of things

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Water is one of the nature's profitable endowments, which oversees life on earth. Human headways over the world have succeeded or kicked the bucket depending on the openness of this key, so to defeat this issue proposed work used savvy systems utilizing IoT. This venture incorporates different highlights like GSM based observing, dampness and temperature detecting, Water vanishing level. The worldwide framework for versatile correspondence (GSM) is utilized worldwide for constant recognition, overwhelming and alarming of dam water level. This propel innovation utilizes short message administrations (SMS) to straightforwardly administration and screen the opening and closing of the shade in dam. Through the SMS this system cautions the people remaining nearby places with respect to the expansion in water level. Temperature gadget, sense the progressions in atmosphere temperature and take up pertinent live like easing the overabundance water in dam for water system reason in seasons. This paper gives a nearby model of the framework that detects the progressions like temperature and water level refinement exploitation sensors, and flood recognition exploitation GSM technology. This venture is to encase the adjustments in temperature and dampness of water level in lake. because of a worldwide temperature alteration, the water vanishing in the lake is expanded, which may prompt lack in water. This undertaking will help individuals to quantify the level of water got dissipated. This venture will make individuals mindful about the mugginess happened because of dissipation of water.

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Magesh Kumar, S., Parthipan, V., & Rinesh, S. (2019). Real time lake water level evaporation and variablity monitoring system using internet of things. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2 Special Issue 3), 783–786.

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