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Ecology & Safety, Volume 17, 2023

REMOTE MONITORING OF ENERGY-AUTONOMOUS CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS
Simão P.B. Lopes, Manuel F.M. Barros, Carlos A.F. Ferreira, Dina M.R. Mateus, Pedro M.G. Matos, Pedro M.S. Neves, Henrique J.O. Pinho
Pages: 1-15
Published: 1 Nov 2023
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Abstract: Constructed Wetlands systems (CW) are nature-based and sustainable technology for treating wastewater, contributing to the management and protection of freshwater resources. Moreover, CW can contribute to valorizing waste materials, producing reclaimed water for diverse applications, and producing plant biomass that can be material and energetically valorized. Because CW efficiency depends on several mechanisms such as physical, chemical, and biological, its real-time monitoring is essential to provide a better use of this technology. This work describes a smart framework for monitoring CW based on IoT devices and sensors, and data science tools providing real-time processing of gathered water quality parameters and environmental variables. Furthermore, the framework manages renewable energy sources to provide the required energy for CW operation and monitoring. Data collected from the sensor network show significant daily variations in water quality parameters. The future processing of these data can provide the development of models to improve the efficiency of the CW.
Keywords: constructed wetlands, water quality monitoring, real-time analysis, embedded systems, distributed control systems, photovoltaic systems
Cite this article: Simão P.B. Lopes, Manuel F.M. Barros, Carlos A.F. Ferreira, Dina M.R. Mateus, Pedro M.G. Matos, Pedro M.S. Neves, Henrique J.O. Pinho. REMOTE MONITORING OF ENERGY-AUTONOMOUS CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Ecology & Safety 17, 1-15 (2023). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1002619/
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