Wireless Sensor Network for Real Time Sea Water Quality Monitoring

Annese, V. F. , Biccario, G. E. and De Venuto, D. (2014) Wireless Sensor Network for Real Time Sea Water Quality Monitoring. In: TETHYS 2014, Bari, Italy, 15 Jul 2014,

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In this paper, it is proposed the concept of a wireless sensor network (WSN) designed for real time remote sea water quality monitoring. Each network node is equipped by sensors measuring temperature, ambient light, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, pH, dissolved ions and turbidity for an automated diagnosis that enables the early identification of critical situations in the water quality, allowing an immediate intervention favoring pollution control.

Item Type:Conference Proceedings
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Annese, Dr Valerio
Authors: Annese, V. F., Biccario, G. E., and De Venuto, D.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Engineering > Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering
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