Abstract: The presence or absence of different pollutants in seawater, such as oil, sedimentation, sewage, nutrients, heavy metals, and thermal pollution, is referred to as water quality. The process of measuring the saltwater's temperature, salinity, density, light transmission, and amount of dissolved oxygen is known as water quality monitoring. This article presents this work, which focuses on an autonomous system that uses a solar-powered water boat to evaluate the quality of saltwater. The boat has sensors that can measure temperature, conductivity, pH, and water turbidity, this cutting-edge boat provides quick and accurate testing of saltwater quality. The evaluation emphasizes the importance of designing a system that is not only reasonable but also secure and dependable, harnessing the benefits of solar energy for long-term operation.

 Key Words:  Solar boat, Water quality, Sensors

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12696

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