A Real Time Flood Alert System for Dam
Jyoti A.Suryavanshi, Aabshar A.Shaikh, Rohini S.Hatagale, Mrs.S.J.Patil
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A Real Time Flood Alert System for DamInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Technology(www.ijirt.org) ,ISSN: 2349-6002 ,Volume 6 ,Issue 7 ,Page(s):226-228 ,December 2019 ,Available :IJIRT148897_PAPER.pdf
Water,Bucket,Mobile Phones
Floods are a constant threat throughout the year in areas such as the United States and Puerto Rico. Although different methods of alerts are available; Such as an emergency broadcast system or a siren, neither of which can alert a user remotely in an efficient and timely manner. The design goal of this project is to provide a real-time system capable of monitoring sudden floods in dam lots, addressing concerns of water damage in vehicles; Creating a personal opt-in alert that can reach the end user through their mobile phone. In this case, the system defines two types of nodes: sensing and sync. Each sensing node uses a hydrostatic pressure sensor to monitor the water level; It will then communicate with neighboring nodes via XBee radio. The data reaches the sink node. The sink node is then responsible for sending the data received from the sensor to the remote server via the mobile communication network (GSM). By then the database of users and flood levels will be processed and processed by the server, which will send an email alert to users that will reach any mobile phone in the form of a text message (SMS). Under such a scenario, the use of exclusively freshwater resource water by agriculture would be very high and according to current market surveys it is estimated that agriculture uses 85% of the freshwater resources available worldwide, and this percentage of Due to this, population growth and food demand will remain predominant. It calls for planning and strategy to use water wisely using advances in science and technology.There are many systems for achieving water savings in various crops, ranging from basic to more technologically advanced. One of the existing systems uses thermal imaging to monitor plant water conditions and irrigation scheduling. Automation of the irrigation system is also possible by measuring water levels in the soil and by control actuators to irrigate when needed, rather than predetermining irrigation time, thus saving and using water in a more sensible way. When the volume of the substrate's volumetric water decreases below a setpoint, an irrigation controller is used to open solenoid valves and apply water to bed plants (Impetance, Petunia, Salvia, and Vinca Roja) goes.Emergi
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