HAYAT, The water Harvesting System
At any one instant, the Earth's atmosphere contains 37.5 million billion gallons of water vapor – enough to cover the entire surface of the planet with 1 inch of rain if condensed. This amount is recycled, through evaporation powered by the Sun, 40 times each year in what is known as the hydrologic cycle.
The atmosphere contains as much as 1.29 x 10^16 L of water, in the form of clouds, fog, and water vapor.
In relative terms, it is six times as much water as what's in the world's rivers, as a major source of drinking water.
(It is literally a river in the sky)
Humidity is a measure of the amount of water vapor in the air.
Relative humidity measures the amount of water in the air in relation to the maximum amount of water vapor (moisture). The higher the temperature, the more water vapor the air can hold.
The higher the amount of water vapor, the higher the absolute humidity.
For example, a maximum of about 30 grams of water vapor can exist in a 1 cubic meter volume of air At 30 °C.
A volume of air can contain up to 4 percent water vapor.
HAYAT IOT system transmits daily data of water generation rates, which will allow us to understand the capacity of all domes in different locations, hence it will provide us the daily consumption of average water harvesting ability per unit energy.
This data flow Will allow us to understand every single detail about the machine we will be able to identify if there is any error or problem in real-time using data stream buckets.