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Water Quality

Research Publications & Articles

Our approach towards real-time wireless water quality monitoring includes focus on three core aspects

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Working with water quality researchers for understanding water parameters to monitor and identifying appropriate digital sensors to use for the same.

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Implementing real-time wireless mesh networks to transmit the collected data to Internet servers and mobile phones using the lowest possible power consumption.

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Providing actionable insights to the field engineers and municipal commissioners in a periodic manner so that timely action can be taken to maintain appropriate water quality

 

Water Quality Monitoring involves measuring the levels of the following parameters:

Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP)

Explain details about ORP here

pH Levels

Explain details about how pH affects quality

Residual Chlorine Levels

Explain about residual chlorine levels here