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2018 5th International Conference on Information Technology, Computer, and Electrical Engineering (ICITACEE)
Industrial waste is one of the causes of water pollution. Such waste requires periodic and continuous surveillance so that it can be followed up for specific treatments. This research develops LoRa (Long Range) technology for monitoring waste water based on geographic information system. Sensors used in this research are turbidity, pH, and temperature sensors. The result of this research is a system capable of displaying and mapping the conditions of waste water under surveillance. Alerts aredoi:10.1109/icitacee.2018.8576905 fatcat:kwvph24wrbdhfitoh5cylyyk6q