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Abstract

This paper reviews the challenges in water supply system, development and distribution of systems to manage water quality, leakages and contamination of drinking water in transmission network and managing pipeline network. Nowadays the wireless communication system is trending because of it’s impact in the field of healthcare, agriculture, safety measurements where as it plays the decisive role for developing the monitoring of systems. Water distribution systems made up of networks of pipes which can be in poor states of repair that are buried beneath our streets and relatively inaccessible. So to manage these systems the reliable data is needed to understand and detect water losses due to leaks or burst events, abnormality in the control of water quality. In this paper, we present a system to monitor the supply of water by the implementation of IoT. We detect the leakage using flow meter. The usage and wastage of water is tracked by the sensors and an alerter is used to notify the user if there is any contamination in drinking water. This proposed water supplying monitoring system will help the users to track and manage the supplying system, to evacuate the residue of chlorine left where as to distribute water equally in all the places.

Keywords

monitoring system IoT water quality Remote sensing

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Author Biographies

DIBYENDU SUR, Narula Institute of Technology

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

Sanjukta Podder, Narula Institute of Technology

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

Nishita Paik, Narula Institute of Technology

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

Sashwati Rang, Narula Institute of Technology

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

Debarpita Bhowmik, Narula Institute of Technology

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

Debdutta Bhowmik, Narula Institute of Technology

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

Citations
SUR, D., Podder, S., Paik, N., Rang, S., Bhowmik, D., & Bhowmik, D. (2020). AN INNOVATIVE WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM. [email protected] - Preprint Archive, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.36375/prepare_u.a90

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