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IoT based water management
Chanda rajurkar, S r s prabaharan,
Published in IEEE
Pages: 255 - 259
Objectives: This project focuses on monitoring of use of water, consider, by one block of house in a flat system, where at the partition of pipeline from where the water gets diverted to various part of a block. Methods/Statistical analysis: Water places a vital role for living beings in their day to day lives. The earth's 71% is covered by water is a ubiquitous fact. Among which Oceans has approximately 96.50% and 3% is considered to be freshwater, again out of which only 0.08% is accessible direct to human use and rest is preserved in tundra regions and in different form on and in the earth surface which is very difficult to abstract for the human purposes. From this it states that only 0.08% is available as fresh water for human being to make use for drinking, domestic purposes, sanitation, manufacturing, leisure, agriculture etc which gets recharged by rain and snowfall 1. Findings: According to scientists and organizations as IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), state has come, since a long time, where water management as such implies to maximizing use of water and minimizing the wastage of water and thus preventing the domino effect cycle arises as wastage of water. The sensors will sense the flow of water to each pipe which ultimately tells the usage of water at one block ideally. This water usage data would be sent to cloud using the IOT (Internet of things) space. This cloud data would be sent to the concern resident's person's mobile app (application) reporting the water used and alerting the user to limit the water use if it gets extended to the limit usage set by municipal government or corporation. If the limit gets extended the user have to pay accordingly. This will be real time operation. The objective of doing so is for limiting and minimizing the usage of water for an average of per person. And secondly, the cloud data will be used as statistic data for use of water at every seasons that is winter, summer and monsoon so that measuring steps for water management can be taken with the appropriate statistics, yielding an avenue for predictive measure. Improvements/Applications: To appraise the IOT based water management, it can be ramified as diligent, frugal for water management in a symbiotic parity way, which will constrict the water resource evenly according to the in situ factors. © 2017 IEEE.
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