Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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IoT Based Smart Irrigation System Using Arduino
Rimmi Chaudhary , Gouri Sankar Mishra , Pradeep Kumar Mishra , Rupal Walia , Aarti
Every nation has practiced agriculture, which is regarded as both a science and an art of plant cultivation. Agribusiness must also adapt to the times and keep up with new technologies in today's world. Sensors that are connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) are used to collect the data necessary to comprehend agricultural lands in smart agriculture. IoT's essential advantage is the capacity to watch out for Using remote sensor networks for farming, which gather data from numerous sensors set at different areas and send it by means of remote convention. In smart agriculture, the IoT system is powered by the Arduino. It includes a DC motor, moisture, humidity, and temperature. The humidity and moisture content are first measured by the system. The system automatically begins watering when the water level falls below a predetermined range thanks to the sensors. Temperature fluctuations affect how the sensor works. Along with the date and time, IoT also displays information about humidity and moisture level. Altering the temperature based on the crops grown is another option.
Arduino, Internet of Things, Temperature, Humidity, Sensors, Soil Moisture, Irrigation
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