: Srijan Das, Anirban Choudhury, Soham Ghosh, Sudeshna Sarkar,
Shruti Goswami, Rohit Ganguly
: Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Meghnad Saha Institute of Technology, Kolkata, India
In spite of improvements over the years in quality and availability of water used for domestic as well as industrial purposes, many regions all over the world still suffer from water scarcity and/or contamination of available water. There is a dire need for water conservation and quality control in such situations. Keeping this in mind, we aim to provide an integrated all-round solution by preventing wastage due to overflow, reducing power consumption and simultaneously performing water-quality analysis. We have tried to implement our Electronics Engineering knowledge to develop a product that will benefit the general society by assisting in water conservation, reduction in power consumption as well as water-quality management.
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