Information and Communication Technology in Water Management: A Case Study Information and Communication Technology in Water Management: A Case Study

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Dr. C. R. Subudhi

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Smartphones, smart watches, smart cars, and smart grids - everything is smart nowadays, even water. Living in the smart city, Bhubaneswar, I have never encountered a lack of fresh water. However, the global picture looks quite different. Water scarcity affects every continent. According to a UN investigation, around 1.2 billion people live in areas of physical water scarcity. A further 1.6 billion people face economic water shortages (where countries lack the necessary infrastructure to take water from rivers and aquifers). There is enough fresh water on the planet for 7 billion people but it is distributed unevenly and too much of it is wasted or polluted. This study will find a solution of this problem.

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SUBUDHI, Dr. C. R.. Information and Communication Technology in Water Management: A Case Study. Agricultural Extension Journal (AEXTJ), [S.l.], v. 2, n. 01, apr. 2018. ISSN 2521-0408. Available at: <http://aextj.com/index.php/aextj/article/view/62>. Date accessed: 22 sep. 2018.
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