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Abstract

MONITORING AND DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM FOR STATIONARY WATER TANKS THROUGH IIOT

J. L. Sanchez-Cuevas*, J. E. Soto Soto, J. I. Hernandez-Vega, L. A. Reynoso-Guajardo, E. Reyes-Varela and G. E. Allen-Cobos

ABSTRACT

This article addresses the importance of monitoring the water level in a stationary tank and controlling the water pump in the supply of potable water through Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The issues that arise when these measures are not implemented are explored, including the possibility of water and energy waste, as well as the lack of water supply during critical moments. Various solutions and technologies available for water level monitoring and pump control are presented, and their benefits and limitations are discussed. The objective of this research is to propose a data acquisition system through the Industrial Internet of Things, applied to the monitoring of stationary tanks by means of sensors suitable for taking level, flow and temperature measurements. These will allow us to observe the behavior and relationship between them. The proposal is oriented to the use of Industry 4.0 based on a prototype development methodology. The results with the prototype are the digitalization of the data that are sent to a cloud that is accessed through an interface to display the data in real time, as well as their historical records to visualize their behavior, alerts and feedback for the activation of actuators. The operation of the prototype with the Particle Photon card showed no loss of information, stable, versatile and low-cost.

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