AUTOMATIC CROP MONITORING SYSTEM USING BLUETOOTH MODULE

  • B. Sathish kumar, Dr.Subitha D, Dr. Radhika Baskar

Abstract

Approximately 80 percent of Indians are cultivated the agriculture. With increasing the demand of fresh water, agriculture is monitored and implemented for better growth of crop production. In this paper, Automatic Crop monitoring system for agriculture applications using Bluetooth is presented and remote sensing can be used to collect, analyze and monitoring data like temperature, humidity, soil moisture in dry and wet soils. Passive Infrared (PIR) sensor is used for security purpose to detect the birds and animals in the farmland. Based on the detection, buggers and scarecrow (automated toys) are activated. The clear and step-by-step procedure of implementation is explained in flow diagram. Based on the values of soil moisture, temperature and weather forecast water is applied to crop and decision table is developed for that. Percentage of fresh water is decreased in every year present 70 percent of fresh water is used for cultivation. Thus, there is an increased necessity for water in the farmlands. This application is applied in small farm lands where farmer is needed in the farm land. The system proposed in this paper can easily be integrated with conventional agriculture systems.

Published
2020-03-20
How to Cite
Dr. Radhika Baskar, B. S. kumar, D. D. (2020). AUTOMATIC CROP MONITORING SYSTEM USING BLUETOOTH MODULE. International Journal of Control and Automation, 13(02), 43 - 49. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/6410
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