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Paper Title: Centralized Canal Water Distribution using IOT Technology
Authors Name: Miss. Prajakta Aher , Miss. Jayashri Chuniyan , Miss. Ashwini Kokane , Miss.Dhanashree Zond , Prof. A.S.Chandgude
Unique Id: IJSDR1906015
Published In: Volume 4 Issue 6, June-2019
Abstract: As we know that now a days at canal water distribution there is a lot of corruption at water distribution points as they are managed manually and decentralized way. A key man with canal inspector is responsible for delivering water at local farmers as per their demand respectively. Though water is given to all demand specfic farmers it is widely observed that if 90 percent was demand then only 70 percent is delivered, also after this demand it is also seen that farmers who have no rights for water falling they also are delivered with ample amount of canal water without and centralized demand. This demand is unofficially filled by local canal inspector and key man. These government offers collect black money from those farmers to supply the water which they need. As the water is distributed with the help of gate and it is handle with the human being known as key man and easy manipulation of canal gate is possible so some farmer gives extra money to the key man to keep gate open for extra time, because they need more water for farming. That’s why in this case corruption increases and water shortage arises. We are developing a computerize system which will give the proper distribution of water to the farmers and avoid this corruption. We are replacing the gate by Solenoid valve/ Hydraulic gates, which will works on the Faraday law of electromagnetism, and it is control by an computerize system. Each farmer need to register on our application by means of requirement form which is going to be online as well as offline for the farmers. As per the requirement specied by farmer the computerize system will open the valve for the time span which the farmer will request .When the time gets over the valve will close automatically and suppose due to some reason the gate was not open by computerize system, then it could be opened with the help of Android App. Due to which the gate can controlled by Web Application as well as Android App, we will notify the farmer before supplying the water to the farm with the means of message on his phone.
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Cite Article: "Centralized Canal Water Distribution using IOT Technology", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.4, Issue 6, page no.61 63, June-2019, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR1906015.pdf
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Published In: Volume 4 Issue 6, June-2019
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