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Smart systems conserve and monitor water usage through sensors in reservoirs and tanks. Smart water meters empower individuals to save water. Leak detection systems prevent wastage by promptly alerting home and bussines owners. Smart irrigation systems reduce water usage. Embracing these technologies conserves water, reduces costs, and safeguards this vital resource for the future.
Aquaculture in South Africa faces challenges, but IoT integration offers real-time monitoring and enhanced efficiency. IoT enables continuous monitoring of environmental parameters, informed decision-making, and remote access to data.
Data logging with wireless water level and temperature data loggers, such as the Onsets Hobo MX2001, can help in monitoring and preserving South Africa's wetlands by providing accurate and reliable environmental data for research and problem identification.
Smart water technologies based on IoT, large data and AI can assist in ensuring that water consumption, conservation and quality is closely navigated. The main objective of smart water management is to ensure reasonable and sustainable water use as well as methods of recycling water resources.