Automated Water Billing with Detection and Control of Water Leakage Using Flow Conservation

Authors

  • B. Rajashekhar Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, East West Institution of Technology, Bangalore, India
  • S. Rahul Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, East West Institution of Technology, Bangalore, India
  • S. Kiran Nayaka Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, East West Institution of Technology, Bangalore, India
  • K. S. Siddesh Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, East West Institution of Technology, Bangalore, India
  • M. Anand Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, East West Institution of Technology, Bangalore, India

Keywords:

Leakage detection, IoT, Arduino IDE, Raspberry Pi

Abstract

This venture manages naturally gathering the Water utilization by a client and furthermore identifying the spillages in the water dissemination framework. Water spillage is a significant part of water misfortunes. As well as raising shopper attention to their water use, metering is likewise a significant method for distinguishing and confines water spillage. A hole identification program can be exceptionally proactive, assisting water utilities with robotizing water frameworks, recognizing trouble spots prior, giving clients instruments to screen water use, giving more exact rates and diminishing interest. The goals are to defeat the burdens of utilizing ebb and flow meter innovation and make the charging and investigating process quicker alongside diminishing the wastage of water. Message and Wi-Fi (IoT) innovation naturally gathers utilization, determinations, and gathers status information from energy meter and moving that data to a focus point data set for charging examining and investigating. This progression saves the cost of infrequent trips to each utility supplier actual area to peruse a meter. One more benefit is charging can be founded on close to regular utilisation as opposed to in the gauges view of previous or anticipated use. This ideal data in combination with investigation, can assist both utility providers and customers with bettering control to the creation and usage of water utilization.

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Published

05-07-2022

How to Cite

[1]
B. Rajashekhar, S. Rahul, S. K. Nayaka, K. S. Siddesh, and M. Anand, “Automated Water Billing with Detection and Control of Water Leakage Using Flow Conservation”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 334–336, Jul. 2022.

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