Application development IoT-based water quality control system for Vannamei post-larvae shrimp
The vannamei shrimp is a type of shrimp that has a natural habitat in the Pacific Coast, and Mexico. This shrimp entered Indonesia in 1996 when tiger shrimp experienced a decline in production due to disease attacks caused by the White Spot virus. Demand for this shrimp immediately increased rapidly, requiring innovation to keep shrimp yields in line with market demand. The problem in vanamei shrimp farming is water quality, especially water temperature conditions where shrimp live. This shrimp prefer water conditions that have temperatures around 27-29°C. A water quality control system developed to maintain water conditions in accordance with the best conditions for P. vannamei shrimp to increase yields due to reduced mortality rates. Based on this problem, an IoT based water quality control system for the shrimp is developed. Meanwhile, this work is aimed at developing the application supporting this system.
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