Smart Rainwater Harvesting System with WiFi-Controller

NIT Andhra Pradesh Students has Develops a WiFi-Mounted Microcontroller To Integrate Sensors For Smart Rainwater Harvesting.

Smart Rainwater Harvesting System with WiFi-Controller
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The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Andhra Pradesh Students has developed a WiFi-mounted microcontroller that can integrate sensors for Smart Rainwater Harvesting. According to the NIT team which has developed by team LinkLer, an end-to-end software stack that provides an easy interface to manage and control in-house water resources, the Smart Rainwater Harvesting System with WiFi-mounted microcontroller technology can automate the process of water storage, reduction in water-borne disease, and efficient storage.

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“The system monitors wastewater and supply systems such as rainfall recorded, water remaining in the storage tank, water quality index, and water supply in a given area. “The NIT Andhra Pradesh students have also designed an underground storage tank with a material capable of holding the water for a long-term basis and its treatment process being monitored on a feedback IoT system,” said CSP Rao, Director, NIT Andhra Pradesh.

NIT Andhra Pradesh develops a WiFi-Mounted Microcontroller To Integrate Sensors For Smart Rainwater Harvesting System.

Smart Rainwater Harvesting System with WiFi-Controller

Features of NIT Andhra Pradesh’s smart rainwater harvesting system:

The unique aspects of the smart rainwater harvesting system with WiFi-Mounted Microcontroller developed by Team LinkLer include:

  • Process automation and autonomous control
  • Data analytics
  • Web application coverage
  • Machine learning for demand response and API integration
  • Surplus storage feature.

Members of Team LinkLer:

  • Dr. SPK. Karri, Team LinkLer’s Faculty Mentor, and Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, NIT-AP,
  • Shrish Shukla (team leader), (4th Year), Department of Electrical Engineering (EE), NIT-AP,
  • Manish Roy, (4th Year), Department of Electrical Engineering (EE), NIT-AP,
  • Shubham Kumar, (4th Year), Department of Mechanical Engineering, NIT-AP,
  • Pranav Dadhich, (4th Year), Department of Mechanical Engineering, NIT-AP,
  • Aarti Sartape, (4th Year), Department of Electrical Engineering (EE), NIT-AP,
  • Ritvika Sonawane, (4th Year), Department of Electrical Engineering (EE), NIT-AP, and
  • Ravi Jain, (4th Year), Department of Computer Science and Engineering, NIT-AP.

The team Linker is now undergoing the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore’s (IIM-B) ‘NSRCEL Technical Program’ to drive the product to the market. “This program extends support for incubation, incubation, design, and product launch. NSRCEL brings together startups, industry mentors, eminent academicians from its parent institution IIM-Bangalore and researchers who thrive on continuous interaction of theory and practice,” a senior official of the institute said.

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