Description: Water is essential for human survival. Lake Tana is the largest surface water and as surface water it is vulnerable to pollution due to natural process and anthropogenic influences. Nutrient enriched runoff from farmlands, pollutants from septic sewers and other human related activities increases the flux of both inorganic and organic substances into water which causes intense negative effects upon the quality of surface waters. Monitoring the water environment in a continuous fashion plays a great importance by collecting highly important data for the researchers to identify the problem on the lake and create the counter measurement as a solution to the problem. As the size of the lake Tana is huge and gathering data in real time on the different aspect of the lake is difficult, this research work tries to find a technological solution to the problem by using wireless sensor technology. The main aim of the research project is to design and develop integrated wireless Sensor technology platform system for monitoring the water pollution problem on Lake Tana.