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Real Time Sensor Web Enabled Water Quality Monitoring System Using Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.134-136  
Author(s)
Shabana Shafi, Aijaz Ahmad Reshi, Dr. M Sridhar, Dr. Rajani S.M
KEYWORDS
— Sensor Web Enablement( SWE), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Simple Object Access Protocol(SOAP), Sensor observation service (SOS)
ABSTRACT
Real Time Sensor Web Enabled Water Quality Monitoring System is an attempt to develop a general sensor and data model for monitoring water quality. The parameters for determining the quality of water are the pH level, turbidity and temperature. The main aim of this paper is to use a standardized Service Orientated Architecture (SOA), for sensor data representation in universal standards that is the representation should be interoperable with diversified platforms and domains. For achieving data interoperability this application uses a XML-standard for hydrometric data description and WSDL and SOAP for data communication
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