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Actuation of Bird's Water Management System Using IOT (Internet of Things).


Mayuri Patel , SAL Institute of Technology and Engineering Research; Dhara Mavani, SAL Institute of Technology and Engineering Research; Nidhi Mehta, SAL Institute of Technology and Engineering Research; Yash Sharma, SAL Institute of Technology and Engineering Research; Priyam Parikh, SAL College of Engineering


IOT (Internet Of Things), Arduino Uno, Water Level Sensor, Pump, Android Blynk Application


In present era, we come across an immerging technology – IOT (Internet Of Things) with which we can contribute to our environment. Nowadays due to global warming there are abrupt changes in the atmosphere. There is sudden increase in temperature which has an adverse effect on wildlife, especially birds and they are facing a lot of snags. One of the serious issues is unavailability of water for the birds as the water in the vessels kept by the user gets dried up and due to improper management, no accounts are taken on that note. Especially in summer numerous birds died due to lack of drinking water in the water vessel. In order to avoid this problem, we are introducing a whole new system which will not only ensures24*7 availability of water but will also provide exact data to the user. We will connect the water vessel with the SERVER which we will be continuously monitoring the level of water in the vessel with help of WATER LEVEL SENSORS. The moment the water level in the vessel becomes inadequate, it will send notification on the server so that user can send a command to PUMP to add more water. Hence this project will keep an account of water level in the vessel of birds so that if the vessel gets empty it can be automatically refilled from anywhere across the world using an immerging technology-Internet Of Things (IOT). This project will provide a new look & shape to wildlife.

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Paper ID: ETCOP021
Published in: Conference 9 : ETCO 2017
Publication Date: 01/04/2017
Page(s): 99-103

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