Volume-6 Issue-1 (January 2018)
Title:Monitoring the Quality of Water Using IOT
Authors: T.Umamaheswari, Dr.M.Newlin Rajkumar, R.Tharani and S.Rajalakshmi
Abstract: Water is important resource in our life. It plays vital role in our human life, animals and eco system. But, Now-a-days water had polluted due to human activities. For that purpose, it is important to measure and monitor the quality of water. The usual method of measuring the quality of water is to get the samples manually and send it to laboratory for examination. This system is time consuming and costly. In addition to that it is difficult to send the water sample to the laboratory, subsequent to every hour for measuring its quality. Wireless sensor network (WSN) is the uncomplicated and fundamental way to assess the quality of water using wireless sensor network technology. So as to make routine the course of action, a water quality monitoring system is proposed. The system consists of pH sensor, Temperature Sensor, Turbidity Sensor and Conductivity Sensor, Rasbperry pi 3, Wireless module Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and server consists of BLE device and PC or Mobile Phone. This system will measure and monitor the water quality with low cost and it is easy to set up and the system is having low maintenance.
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Title:SOA Standards for Human Expertise to Process Business Data
Authors: V.Vivekanandan and A.Saran Kumar
Abstract: Human Provided Services are done through sharing of computing resources or business data. Software based service uses Service Oriented Architecture standards such as SOAP, UDDI and WSDL. Human Provided Service allows the human participation in SOA environment while software based services allows the SOA standards to participate in SOA environment. The most of the existing work focuses on the software based services. We highlight the concepts of a people centric web in a proposed system. People centric web focuses on both software based services as well as Human Provided Services. People centric web clearly demand for provisioning of human expertise along with sharing of computing resources or business data through software based services. In existing system, the transactions through online are not secured, because it involves email providers in which they can hack the messages which is sent to the user. In proposed system, the transactions through online are secured because it involves only the user and respected company. It cannot be hacked by others.
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