13. Development of water turbidity monitoring system using the Internet of Things (IoT) additional to remote sensing data

Chung Doãn Minh, Quang Huỳnh Xuân, Nguyên Mai Thị Hồng, Đạt Đinh Ngọc, Ngọc Phạm Văn Bạch, Quân Phạm Hồng

Abstract

Water pollution is one of the current concerns. The development of remote sensing technology has provided an effective tool to perform water quality monitoring. However, remote sensing data is highly affected by the spatial resolution, satellite observation time and a number of other atmospheric factors. This study focuses on the solution of building a water pollution monitoring system using Internet of Things (IoT) technology to provide additional data sources to enhance the accuracy of remote sensing data. A prototype of a IoT sensor system that initially research and continuously monitor two indicators of the water turbidity and its temperature has been developed and tested. The measured data will be transmitted to the host for further work.

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Authors

Chung Doãn Minh
Quang Huỳnh Xuân
hxuanquang@gmail.com (Primary Contact)
Nguyên Mai Thị Hồng
Đạt Đinh Ngọc
Ngọc Phạm Văn Bạch
Quân Phạm Hồng
Doãn Minh, C., Huỳnh Xuân, Q., Mai Thị Hồng, N., Đinh Ngọc, Đạt, Phạm Văn Bạch, N., & Phạm Hồng, Q. (2022). 13. Development of water turbidity monitoring system using the Internet of Things (IoT) additional to remote sensing data. Science Journal of Natural Resources and Environment, (40), 128–137. Retrieved from https://tapchikhtnmt.hunre.edu.vn/index.php/tapchikhtnmt/article/view/402
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