My name is Shane Wallace and I have completed a BSc in Creative Media Technologies. During my four years of studying at IADT i have developed various smart city projects as shown in my final year project. Creating new ideas to provide better efficiency is one of my interests and to be involved in developing things that provide us with new potentials is one of my focuses.
I would describe myself as an honest, energetic person that thrives for new experiences and always willing to obtain new skills in new environments.
The conventional method of testing water quality is to gather samples of water manually and send to the lab to test and analyse. This method is time consuming, a wastage of man power, and not economical.
The solution to such an issue is to create a water quality measuring system that checks the quality of water in real time through various sensors (one for each parameter: pH, conductivity, temperature, cleanliness).
The system is capable of wireless data transfers (GSM). For example, the data collected by the water quality system/microcontroller will be sent to a PC, Smartphone or a real time digital dashboard that can be accessed 24/7.
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This report accounts the development of a water quality measuring system that checks the quality of water in real time through various sensors (one for each parameter: TDS, conductivity, temperature, cleanliness) to measure the quality of water.