Water quality assessment monitoring system using fuzzy logic and the internet of things

Hanif Fakhrurroja, Edi Triono Nuryatno, Aris Munandar, Muhammad Fahmi, Novan Agung Mahardiono

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Water utilization has recently been at its highest level of demand. The water needed to be clean, healthy, and determined to be suitable for consumption. Therefore, it is necessary to have a system that can monitor the water quality so that information related to water suitability can be received regularly and in real-time. This paper addresses the critical need for real-time water quality monitoring systems. This study proposed a novel approach integrating the Tsukamoto fuzzy algorithm into an internet of things (IoT)-based framework, forming part of the Fuzzy Inference System. Our system serves as a decision support tool, enabling continuous assessment of water quality. The method categorizes water quality into three levels: good, moderate, and unhealthy, providing timely and precise suitability information. The results demonstrate the effectiveness of the fuzzy logic method in delivering accurate output. Through remotely deployed IoT devices, water suitability and status can be monitored and analyzed in real-time over the internet. This research bridges the gap between traditional water quality assessment methods and the demands of our modern, technology-driven society, ensuring a reliable supply of safe and consumable water.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)198-207
Number of pages10
JournalMechatronics, Electrical Power, and Vehicular Technology
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 29 Dec 2023


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