Cloud Based Water Pollution Monitoring System
Keywords:water pollution monitoring
In India, 70% of surface and groundwater resources are contaminated by several pollutants, including biological, poisonous, organic, and inorganic ones. This poses a significant environmental challenge. In India, untreated sewage causes water contamination. The other causes of contamination are unregulated small-scale industries and agricultural runoff. The majority of our nation’s rivers, lakes, and surface waters are contaminated by industries, untreated sewage, and solid waste. The result of this enormous issue is the rising socioeconomic cost of low-quality water. A very small portion of the nearly 40 million litres of effluent that enter rivers and other water bodies each day is appropriately treated. The weaker portions of society are the class most severely affected by water contamination. The majority of this society’s members live close to India’s major waterways. The first step in locating the source of water pollution is to identify it and to address the challenges associated with both static and dynamic pollution source detection. in the undertaking. The source detection techniques are tried in this research. The outcomes show how the high detection accuracy in the network for pollution source detection is related to the number of sensors utilised and the extent of the values being monitored. In addition, pollution source detection can be done with high detection accuracy if a sufficient number of samples can be guaranteed.
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