Presenter Information

Ashan Perera, University of Wyoming

Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering

First Advisor

Dr. Stanislaw Legowski

Description

Western Research Institute in Laramie, UW is currently working on developing advanced water purification and water quality sampling techniques. This institute treat s water mine sites with several monitoring wells at a site in remote locations. In order to collect data from water wells they are required to pul l samples from each well routinely. A system capable of remotely monitoring water quality would be very useful in carrying out their daily research. The primary goal of this design is to monitor water quality in remote areas and store the data for future u se in research. Some of the required specifications for this system are mobile capability, low maintenance, renewable power source, and low cost. This model design will monitor conductivity of water in outdoors and transmit the data wirelessly.

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Remote Water Quality Monitoring System Model

Western Research Institute in Laramie, UW is currently working on developing advanced water purification and water quality sampling techniques. This institute treat s water mine sites with several monitoring wells at a site in remote locations. In order to collect data from water wells they are required to pul l samples from each well routinely. A system capable of remotely monitoring water quality would be very useful in carrying out their daily research. The primary goal of this design is to monitor water quality in remote areas and store the data for future u se in research. Some of the required specifications for this system are mobile capability, low maintenance, renewable power source, and low cost. This model design will monitor conductivity of water in outdoors and transmit the data wirelessly.