Efficient Design and Deployment of Aqua Monitoring Systems Using WSNs and Correlation Analysis
AbstractThe roots of innovation are extending towards every field to provide ace solution. We cater an ace solution for aquaculture, where their yields (shrimp, fish, etc.) depends on the ponds water characteristics. The parameters depending on water must kept at certain optimal levels for better cultivation of Aqua. The parameters of water extremely project alterations during the day and also alter depending upon the environmental conditions i.e., it is necessary to monitor these parameters with high frequency. We adopt wireless sensor networks to monitor aqua forms. This system consists of two modules, they are transmitter and receiver station. We navigate data to database at receiver station through the GSM. The graphical user interface was designed in such a manner that the observations are forwarded to the farmer as message in their respective local languages to their mobile phones. That alerts them in unhygienic environmental conditions for adopting suitable measures.
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