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Supervising Water Quality of Water Resources via Telemetric System

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Urban water resources are some of the main places where microorganisms can reproduce and where people can get easily infected. For these reasons, pools must be sterilized continuously. This can only be done if the water quality of the pool is in accordance with the standards of the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs. Monitoring water quality in real-time gives an instant response opportunity. With the software prepared using the. Net architecture, real-time temperature, pH, and chlorine content values of a pool were transferred to a database. Swimming pool water quality was then evaluated and compared with the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs standards via the expert system technique, which is one of the artificial intelligence technologies. In this study, results of instant evaluation of the water quality made for water resources via telemetric systems, are reported. Additionally, a remotely-controlled dosing operation was performed.
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  • Süleyman Demirel University, Technology Faculty, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department, Isparta, Turkey
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  • Süleyman Demirel University, Graduate School of Applied and Natural Sciences, Electronic and Computer Education Department, Isparta, Turkey
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