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Automatic Roof Garden Farming by Geospatial Sensor Web Using IOT


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This paper represents an automation of irrigation using wireless sensor network with the web interface to the user can control the system remotely. Appropriate moisture level and temperature level are necessary prerequisites for optimum plant growth. Also water is an essential element for life sustenance. Nowadays, agriculture is being developed in cities and urban areas at terrace. This system offers several technological advantages in this field. The soil moisture and temperature can be sensed by the sensors. The outputs of sensors are fed to the microcontroller (ATMEGA 328P) interface to the motor by using relay. It will automatically turned ON or turn OFF the motor when the level is high or low by using the Wi-Fi module (ESP8266).  By using this system farmer will monitor the moisture level and it is more beneficial to all the people.


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Atmega328, Soil Moisture Sensor, Temperature Sensor, Esp8266 Wi-Fi Module.
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Authors

A. Thangadurai
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Thiruchengode, India
V. Pandiyan
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Thiruchengode, India
S. Sashti Priya
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Thiruchengode, India
M. Saranya
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Thiruchengode, India

Abstract


This paper represents an automation of irrigation using wireless sensor network with the web interface to the user can control the system remotely. Appropriate moisture level and temperature level are necessary prerequisites for optimum plant growth. Also water is an essential element for life sustenance. Nowadays, agriculture is being developed in cities and urban areas at terrace. This system offers several technological advantages in this field. The soil moisture and temperature can be sensed by the sensors. The outputs of sensors are fed to the microcontroller (ATMEGA 328P) interface to the motor by using relay. It will automatically turned ON or turn OFF the motor when the level is high or low by using the Wi-Fi module (ESP8266).  By using this system farmer will monitor the moisture level and it is more beneficial to all the people.


Keywords


Atmega328, Soil Moisture Sensor, Temperature Sensor, Esp8266 Wi-Fi Module.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.36039/ciitaas%2F9%2F6%2F2017%2F154619.108-112