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Embedded Wireless Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring Based on Internet of Things Platform

Wasana Boonsong
Department of Electrical Education, Faculty of Industrial Education and Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Songkhla, Thailand

Abstract—Recently, Internet of Things (IoT) applications are distributing into many areas, such as industry and agriculture. This article presents the embedded wireless Dissolved Oxygen (DO) monitoring system based on IoT platforms. The module contains two types of data sensing, which are water temperature and DO sensors. Both devices are embedded with a wireless IoT module using NodeMCU-ESP8266, an integration WiFi-Microcontroller on a single board. The proposed IoT-DO monitoring system detects information data from the aquaculture pond environment. Namely, the parameters studied are water temperature and DO values. The cloud internet network collects and stores the experimental data and link to the users. The relationship between both parameters is analyzed using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences based Pearson correlation coefficient theory. The findings found that the water temperature and DO values are negatively related, with a statistically significant .05. Water temperature is the principal affection to other parameters of water. In this work, the DO value is studied to relate the water temperature. It was found that when the water temperature increases, the DO decreases accordingly and vice versa.
Index Terms—IoT, DO, Pearson correlation Coefficient

Cite: Wasana Boonsong, "Embedded Wireless Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring Based on Internet of Things Platform," Journal of Communications vol. 16, no. 9, pp. 363-368, September 2021. Doi: 10.12720/jcm.16.9.363-368

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