Sensor Based Automatic Irrigation for Computer Crops Water Requirements using Robotic Technology

  • Dr.P.Kalyanasundaram, Dr.M.Anto Bennet, K.GiridharReddy

Abstract

An automated chopping method was designed and implemented to use in agricultural field. The sensing method was enhanced as smart web cam to capture the image of the weeded and well grown crops. The captured images are processed by digital image processing and the intensity and the gray level of image is processed for both tainted and well grown crops, the obtained result is stored. The Arduino microcontroller is used for the control of complete system, and the work progression is given to the components. The web camera is held on a robotic set up. Once the camera starts to scan the crops it leaves a message to the Arduino as weeded crops is captured. The driver circuit runs up the mechanical blade to cut the tainted crops by leaving the nearby well growndone. These components are built in a single robotic setup. The robot is made to run in a agricultural field where it senses the crops based on their life and quality level. . The robotic setup is controlled using a Zigbee. The Zigbee acts as a transmission medium between the transmitter and the receiver. Global system for mobile communication is also used as the communication medium which is used to transfer the message or call through mobile phones.

Published
2020-05-18
How to Cite
Dr.P.Kalyanasundaram, Dr.M.Anto Bennet, K.GiridharReddy. (2020). Sensor Based Automatic Irrigation for Computer Crops Water Requirements using Robotic Technology. International Journal of Control and Automation, 13(4), 298 - 304. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/16370
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