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Online measurement of water quality and reporting system using prominent rule controller based on aqua care-IOT

  • M. ParameswariEmail author
  • M. Balasingh Moses
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Abstract

Nowadays, internet of things (IoT) became a leading beginning process of technology in advances of information and communication. The technology of it provides the system welfare and convenes in the water quality of the present monitoring. In order to watch the level of water quality various techniques were implemented in the areas of water in various localities like monitoring of drinking water quality, management of water quality and irrigation water, lakes, treatment, and ponds. In this technology, the development of it for system monitoring of water quality processes as a core technology by the wireless sensor network (WSN). However, the networking process is to monitor the water quality using a sensor nodes lightweight and tiny-powered gathering. Nevertheless, in the application environment the development process of technology is proceeding without security consideration, which creates a confidentiality susceptibility of the system. In this research process, the major contribution is to develop a secure process of a modern monitoring system of water quality based on wireless sensor network. Successively, the embedded system depends on secure IoT is planned using WSN, which can resource fully realize those necessities.

Keywords

IoT Aqua Rectifier Sensor Water quality Real-time application 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electrical and Electronic EngineeringDhanalakshmi Srinivasan Engineering CollegePerambalurIndia
  2. 2.Department of Electrical and Electronic EngineeringAnna University of Technology (BIT Campus)TrichyIndia

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