Water quality sensor network with Internet of thing (IoT) for water quality monitoring from seawater desalination to drinking water-2
Chew, Tee Xian
Date of Issue2017
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Singapore obtains a percentage of water from seawater desalination plants, taking the seawater and removing the salt contents from the seawater. Currently there are existing equipment on the plants to monitor the water quality to comply with World Health Organization (WHO). But the existing equipment for monitor are aging and could be improved using wireless technology. This project provides an insight into developing a proof of concept IoT nodes sensors complete with network for desalination plant, consisting of modular IoT nodes that are quick swappable. Involving selection of microcontrollers, integration of sensors, choosing and implementing network topology that works best. Building a system in which multiple IoT nodes will communicate with a central server for data collection and display on a webpage. Thus, allowing operators to monitor the IoT nodes from a single point.
DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University