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Study on Integrated Monitoring System for Protecting Water Pollution
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  • Journal title : KSBB Journal
  • Volume 26, Issue 5,  2011, pp.412-416
  • Publisher : Korean Society for Biotechnology and Bioengineering
  • DOI : 10.7841/ksbbj.2011.26.5.412
 Title & Authors
Study on Integrated Monitoring System for Protecting Water Pollution
Yang, Jae-Soo; Kim, Yoon-Hyun; Han, Yong-Hwan; Lee, Young-Ha; Kim, Jin-Young;
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 Abstract
The conventional monitoring system for water pollution measurement is quite simple and independent and it has a lot of draw backs such as cost, installation, etc. So, in this paper, we have measured the water pollution system through a bacterial species, photobacterium phosphoreum. A novel integrated monitoring system technology has been developed which could easily dictate and analyze the major water pollutants and its surrounding environment in an accurate way. The system constitutes of bionic technology, information technology and environmental engineering technology. As a result, integrated monitoring system can observe the water pollution and various water environment of the whole country. Also, through the sensors of USN, Zigbee, RFID and middle ware, which can provide service and construct service platform, a properly standardized plan with remarkable service platform has been established through this investigation.
 Keywords
Integrated monitoring system;Water pollution;Ubiquitous sensor network (USN);B-TOX;
 Language
Korean
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