IJMTES – WIRELESS MULTI-SENSOR REAL TIME SYSTEM FOR MONITORING AND CONTROLLING VITAL PARAMETERS OF AGRICULTURE

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : WIRELESS MULTI-SENSOR REAL TIME SYSTEM FOR MONITORING AND CONTROLLING VITAL PARAMETERS OF AGRICULTURE

Author’s Name : S Subadra | Gilbert Rozario Sunnamed

Volume 03 Issue 12 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 56-59

Abstract – Agriculture is considered the backbone of Indian economy. Agriculture is the main occupation for Indian people. Near about 70 % of people in India is dependent on agriculture. This paper has wired sensor network for the real time sensing and controlling of irrigation system. There is a need to develop new indigenous irrigation controller to improve farm productivity and input use efficiency of water and other nutrients. When water moister level has low in the soil. Server gives instructions to base station to irrigate. Irrigation is depending on moister level, plant requirement and weather forecasting. Temperature and humidity also controlled by the server.  

Keywords— Agricultural Automation, Sensor Network

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