FREMONT, CA: IoT is now being used widely in environmental sensors. It is a helpful tool for restructuring and monitoring the different ecological phenomena. The most vital use of IoT is in the water industry. IoT is responsible for devising water management by providing end-to-end wireless automation of the sensors, devices, and controllers.
The core concept of the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) in water treatment plants is reliable communication technology. Right communication technology is very vital to send data from the physical assets of the plant to a computer, on the cloud, via a wireless channel. Smartphones and tablets can have apps to connect to the cloud. This makes the data easily accessible from any location and in real time. An IoT enabled sensor is also vital as it helps to analyze the quality, pressure, and temperature of the water. A sensor solution can be used to regulate the flow of the water across the plant and the distribution channels.
Another significant contribution of IoT is a leak detection controller. This will help to detect any leakages that occur in the pipelines and immediately alert the authorities. This information is also given in real time and can help to prevent and reduce damage and save water. The smart sensor solution, an outcome of the IoT, is used to measure the number of chemicals that remain after the treatment of water. This solution helps to calculate the quality of the treated water and ensure the chemical content in it is under limited parameters. The intelligent network of sensors and communication technology for smart water management can help enterprises utilize big data analytics, cloud adoption, and mobile computing to receive helpful insights and make the process cost-effective.
The use of smart water management solutions is gradually gaining momentum, as the costs of water treatment controllers are reducing. In light of this, the answers can be customized as per the needs of the water treatment business. The use of IoT also ensures that complex calculations, based on the data collected, are made more comfortable and more convenient.
IoT is a driving force in making the water treatment businesses move toward preventive maintenance and treatment of wastewater. It will also ensure the utilization of all resources and tools to the best of its potential and improve work efficiency.