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Implementation of Automatic Wireless Water Conservation In Agriculture

Author(s):

TUKARAM S. BEDADE , Sandip Foundation?s Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center, Mahiravani, Trimbak road, Nashik.; NAYAN M. BORSE, Sandip Foundation?s Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center, Mahiravani, Trimbak road, Nashik.; ASHWINI S. BIRAR, Sandip Foundation?s Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center, Mahiravani, Trimbak road, Nashik.; PROF.SANJAY S. CHOPADE, Sandip Foundation?s Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center, Mahiravani, Trimbak road, Nashik.

Keywords:

ARM, GSM Module, Valve, Soil Moisture Sensor

Abstract

Agriculture plays the major role in economics and survival of people in India. Nowadays climate condition leads to lack of rain and scarcity of water. So that why in our country the supply of quality food is less than actual demand. There is another problem is that existing systems are very complex and operate manually so the requirement of man power is also increased. Because of manual handling wastage of water also increased. The aim of this project is by using ARM and GSM module implementing automatic irrigation system. Purpose of this system is by using embedded based system for irrigation to reduce the wastage of water. This is done by checking soil moisture condition. In this system according to the soil condition valves of water are ON or OFF. If the requirement of water in soil is fulfill then water pump is off as well as valves are OFF. In this system GSM module is used to operate the system from long distance and send the status of system to user. This proposed system helps to reduce wastage of water and increased quality of crops.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV4I20871
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2016
Page(s): 1040-1042

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