How IoT is set to disrupt the Indian Water Purification Skyline in 2021
March 22, 2021
Introduction to IoT (Internet of things)
Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of physical objects or people called "things" that are embedded with software, electronics, network, and sensors that allow these objects to collect and exchange data. The goal of IoT is to extend internet connectivity from standard devices like computers, mobile, tablets to relatively silent devices like a toaster.
IoT makes virtually everything "smart," by improving aspects of our life with the power of data collection, AI algorithms, and networks. The thing in IoT can also be a person with a diabetes monitor implant, an animal with tracking devices, etc. The entire IoT process starts with the devices themselves like Smartphones, smartwatches, electronic appliances like TV, Washing Machine which helps you to communicate with the IoT platform.
Applications of IoT:
- Connected Cars: IoT helps automobile companies handle billing, parking, insurance, and other related stuff automatically.
- Activity Trackers/Smartwatches: Helps you to capture heart rate patterns, calorie expenditure, activity levels, and skin temperature on your wrist.
- Smart Outlets: Remotely turn any device on or off. It also allows you to track a device's energy level and get custom notifications directly into your Smartphone.
- Parking Sensors: IoT technology helps users to identify the real-time availability of parking spaces on their phones.
- Connect Health: The concept of a connected health care system facilitates real-time health monitoring and patient care. It helps in improved medical decision-making based on patient data.
- Technical Optimization: IoT technology helps a lot in improving technologies and making them better. For example, with IoT, a manufacturer can collect data from various car sensors. The manufacturer analyzes them to improve their design and make them more efficient.
- Improved Data Collection: Traditional data collection has its limitations and its design for passive use. IoT facilitates immediate action on data.
- Reduced Waste: IoT offers real-time information leading to effective decision making & management of resources. For example, if a manufacturer finds an issue in multiple car engines, he can track the manufacturing plan of those engines and solves this issue with the manufacturing belt.
- Improved Customer Engagement: IoT allows you to improve customer experience by detecting problems and improving the process.
Advantages of IoT
IoT: Driving the future
The areas where IoT can be applied are endless. Imagine your Smartphone informing you about a running tap at your home or about the quality of water coming out of the tap. Although they seem more like science fiction, the probabilities of these propositions being realized are higher today than ever before. Through IoT, Smart Water Management Solutions, only a distant aspiration till now, can become an implementable reality.
Known as the internet’s advanced version, IoT is simply the future of machine maintenance and automation. It has become a veritable epicenter for research and development because of the pressing need to establish a network of connected devices, sensors, and other smart technologies. Instead of reactive repair, IoT can predict potential system failures and enable the next generation of monitoring platforms.
How IoT works in Water Purification
The Internet of Things (IoT) is at the heart of digital transformation. There are millions of connected devices. Many organizations are trying to include technology in their products to enhance customer satisfaction.
Let’s take a typical example. Let’s say, around 85% of the filters in a water purification system are choked and at 90% the machine stops working. At this level, the IoT system triggers an alert to technicians through the company’s CRM platform and the appropriate technician gets the information. The system assigns the right technicians to the job, which is also important, as not all technicians are trained on these high-end devices. Apart from the system identifying the right skill set, it generates alerts for the integrated ERP system, which then identifies the spare parts and conveys their availability to the particular skill based technician. The engineer is also intimated about the location of the spare part and which warehouse to pick it up from. So, there is just one level of engagement. With the IoT system in place, earlier the technician had to go to the site, inspect the machine and figure out the problem, after which he goes back to get the spares. With the IoT system in place, the machine can indicate the general area of the problem even before the technician’s visit and the appointment is done right on the mobile phone.
Internet technology for water purification
A commercial water purification solution with a 24x7 monitoring ability that reports real-time purity and performance is very effective. Due to “real-time” monitoring, it immediately notifies irregularities in the commercial water purification system. AI crunches the data which is collected through IoT.
Any diseases caused due to viruses, bacteria, and other invisible pathogens can be kept at bay. Finally, a well-functioning commercial water purifier powered by the Internet is of great help as it eliminates doubts.
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