sensor-based smart water system
Soon, Telangana to get sensor-based smart water system

The Irrigation Department has fast-tracked setting up of the sensor-based Kaleshwaram Decision Support System (KDSS) to ensure its roll out by June. The system will facilitate smart management of water levels and inflows into all major dams and reservoirs across the State through real-time input alerts.

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