Monitoring and Analysis of Water Quality Parameters for Diagnosis of Safe Drinking Purpose using Wireless Sensor Network

  • Devi T* K
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Abstract

In the 21st century, the world had advanced through lots of innovations; its parallel impact in the form of pollutions, global warming and climatic change crisis are being raised. These crises create a gap in terms climatic changes, poor air quality, and unsafe drinking water for the population around the world. Among all pollutants, water pollution is a thrust area as it is a prominent parameter in the food chain of living things. There are huge numbers of diseases that are attributed due to polluted water. The water sources are mainly polluted due to untreated sewage and industry discharges. But mainly industrial wastewater discharge contributes to the accelerated pollution in the water bodies. The proposed design focuses on monitoring the water quality parameters like pH, TDS, TOC, and Chlorine content, conductivity etc., using wireless Sensor Nodes around open ponds and wells near tannery units. The data is transmitted to the cloud, and further information is given to the people through GSM. Repository of data is maintained in order to take it for further analysis. Results obtained from the model indicate the values of the above mentioned parameters.

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Devi T*, K., & P, S. (2019). Monitoring and Analysis of Water Quality Parameters for Diagnosis of Safe Drinking Purpose using Wireless Sensor Network. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 1478–1482. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.b6658.129219

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