Design and Implementation of WSN for the Real Time Assessment of Water Quality for the Water Distribution System
International Journal of Emerging Technology and Innovative Engineering, Volume 5, Issue 5, May 2019
6 Pages Posted: 22 Apr 2019
Date Written: April 19, 2019
The project describes the performance of wireless sensor networks (WSN) for the real time evaluation of the water quality for water distribution system. The water quality specifications including turbidity, pH, conductivity, flow and temperature are examined by this system. The PIC microcontroller manages and scans the data taken from different sensors. Risk assessment algorithm is developed for fusing the data collected by the sensors to assess the contamination risk found in the water. The collected data are shown in the notification node and control node. The notification node consists of LCD display and buzzer. When the risk is analysed, buzzer is activated to trigger alarm and also stops the water flow using pumping motor. The control node creates an application which has login id and password and it gets data through GSM/GPRS module. The wireless sensor data is saved in the database.
Keywords: wireless sensors, PIC, GSM/GPRS
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