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An Assessment of the Control and Monitoring Functionalities of a Developed Small-Scale Aquaculture System

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Jamali A. Nagamora, Seth Courage H. Angeles, Rosalie Vertudes, Jeffrey Ken B. Balangao, Abdul Halil S. Abdullah II

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Int. J. Biosci.21( 4), 89-100, October 2022

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12692/ijb/21.4.89-100


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In smart aquaculture, devices and technologies are integrated to facilitate automated operations, manage facilities and machinery and maintain water quality parameters. This study aimed at assessing control and monitoring functionalities in an automated small-scale aquaculture system. In this work, the requirements to sustain aquaculture systems such as light intensity, humidity, water temperature and dissolved oxygen have been considered in the selection of appropriate sensors for monitoring and control. The controls of the system were able to maintain proper light intensity, water temperature, and humidity. Water aeration also provided enough dissolved oxygen into the system. The outcome of this work indicated the performance and testing of the different sensors for monitoring and controlling parameters to sustain the automated aquaculture system. It can be recommended to include in the study other important parameters such as pH, oxidation-reduction potential, and salinity, among others. It can be recommended to provide more water heaters for fast water heating in the system. And if the system is being applied to a naturally hot area, a cooling study or assessment may also be made.


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An Assessment of the Control and Monitoring Functionalities of a Developed Small-Scale Aquaculture System

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