Project : 

MypH-IoT

Project Briefing

MypH-IoT

        Imagine if you needed to monitor the pH of soil or water at every few intervals. You would have to rush to the site of your sample every few minutes, hours or days just to pick up your sample in a test tube, to either test it on the spot or in the lab. For some, who do this for a living, may not mind. But to other’s this repetitive activity could be cumbersome. Not only do you need the man power to do these menial tasks, you would also need to store all the data on your own server, taking up much of your space. That’s why REKA has created the app: MypH-IoT to ease your burden!
        All you need to do is plug up a pH sensor to a circuitry that’s designed to receive data from the sensor and send it to the MypH-IoT cloud servers. With the app installed on your smart phone, you can just remotely instruct the pH sensor to extract pH readings with a click of a button.
        Not only that, you also do not need to worry about storage space as the MypH-IoT provides a free, open source IoT server to store all the data of the pH collected at every interval. By the end of the day, you could just easily download the data into a convinient spreadsheet to view the trend. All this, can be managed on your smartphone!

Research & Development Status

Application

Remote pH monitoring

Status: 

Complete

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Development Phases

Overall Readiness

100%

Elements

Types Percentile
Internet of Things 40%
Elctronics 25%
Mobile App 35%

Archives

Images

  • MypH-IoT mobile app

    The main page of the dashboard for MypH-IoT

  • Simple circuit setup equipped with a pH sensor

  • A sample of the pH reading taken over a period of time

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Achievements

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  • Telematics System

    Use of the Internet to transmit and receive data from a remote sensor to the user dashboard for users to see the current state of environment based on what was collected.

  • IoT Application

    Use of the Internet to transmit and receive data from a remote sensor to the user dashboard for users to see the current state of environment based on what was collected.

  • Telematics System

    Use of the Internet to transmit and receive data from a remote sensor to the user dashboard for users to see the current state of environment based on what was collected.

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Specialists

Image Name Rank
Muzzammil The.
Fabrication