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Authors: Timothy Malche, Priti Maheshwary

Publisher: Springer Singapore

Abstract

Water source is necessary and an important factor in agricultural and farm production and is a key of our quality of life as well. Monitoring water level of a water source, such as water tank or borewell etc., plays a key role in agricultural. For example if a water level drops below the threshold level for pumping in a borewell, the pump motor may get damaged due to dry running. In such a case, monitoring the water level and controlling the water pump accordingly becomes a necessary task. There are many other situations where water level monitoring is an important task. It may be used to preserve water or to study the water usage of a water source. This paper proposes a prototype system design, implementation and description of required tools and technologies to develop Internet of Things (IoT) based water level monitoring system which can be implemented in future smart villages in India.

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About this chapter
Title
Internet of Things (IoT) Based Water Level Monitoring System for Smart Village
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-2750-5_32
Authors:
Timothy Malche
Priti Maheshwary
Publisher
Springer Singapore