|2nd National Conference on Innovative Paradigms in Engineering and Technology (NCIPET 2013)|
|Foundation of Computer Science USA|
|NCIPET - Number 2|
|Authors: Harshwardhan V. Kharpate, T. H. Nagrare|
Harshwardhan V. Kharpate, T. H. Nagrare . Comparative Study on Embedded systems for Drinking Water Testing based on WSN. 2nd National Conference on Innovative Paradigms in Engineering and Technology (NCIPET 2013). NCIPET, 2 (November 2013), 0-0.
At present, water quality monitoring is the essential part to our country's aquaculture. In this paper, different approaches for a real-time water quality environment monitoring system are discussed based on wireless sensor network to acquire data of environmental factors of water quality. The water quality monitoring system is required for the need of environmental protection department in a particular area of the water quality requirements and to inform people about the quality of water they are deinking. Water system should be monitored at frequency that is sufficient to ensure that the system is under control & continues to produce water of an acceptable quality. Different approaches have been discussed to virtually monitor the drinking water quality, measured from the raw water in the river to the tap water of the consumer. This paper introduces the comparative study of different approaches based on the different system architecture for reading the non chemical parameters like ph, color etc and chemical parameters with the set of electrodes.