Agri-Field Management System Using IoT
Kishore G,  Sethu A A
The term IoT stands for the internet of things and can be defined as the interconnection between the individually identifiable embedded computing apparatus in the accessible internet infrastructure. The ‘IoT’ connects various devices and transportation with the help of the internet as well as electronic sensors. IoT sensors like DHT11 temperature and humidity sensors, and soil moisture sensors are very useful to monitor the temperature, humidity, and moisture of the crop and soil. The sensors are responsible for collecting the data from the crop and soil and they will send the data to Arduino UNO and Node MCU ESP8266. We can monitor all the levels from mobile applications, Websites 24X7 live. If the moisture level of the crop goes below the optimum level of the crop it will automatically start the irrigation and stops it once it reaches the specified level for the crop. It will improve plant’s life and farmers can increase their production by lowering their production cost. IoT in agriculture uses robots, drones, remote sensors, and computer imaging combined with continuously progressing machine learning and analytical tools for monitoring crops, surveying, and mapping the fields, and providing data to farmers for rational farm management plans to save both time and money.
Keywords- DHT11 Sensor, Soil Moisture Sensor, ESP8266 Module, Arduino Uno
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Kishore G,  Sethu A A,   "Agri-Field Management System Using IoT"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.11, Issue 2, pp.10-15, April 2023, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR2302002.pdf