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Irrigation System Controller using Artificial Neural Network


Jegadeeswaran T A , Bannari Amman Institute of Technology; Bharani S, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology; Ajay S, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology; Suganya Devi C R, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology; Abinaya M, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology


Irrigation System Controller, Artificial Neural Network (ANN)


Irrigation structures are as old as guy itself seeing that agriculture is the career of civilized humanity. To irrigate huge regions of vegetation is a laborious task. In order to conquer this hassle many irrigation scheduling techniques have been developed which might be in particular based on tracking the soil, crop and weather conditions. Irrigation scheduling engrossed when to irrigate and what sort of water to be implemented. The coronary heart of a computerized irrigation machine (constant charge or variable fee) is its control unit: as it controls irrigation time and water flow. Intelligent control primarily based irrigation is necessitated to maximize the efficiency and manufacturing. Existing technologies vary from water stability or take a look at book technique to state-of-the-art sensor-based totally systems. Most of the irrigation structures use ON/OFF controllers. These controllers cannot supply greatest effects for varying time delays and varying gadget parameters. This paper offers Artificial Neural Network (ANN) based shrewd manipulate gadget for effective irrigation scheduling. The proposed Artificial Neural Network (ANN) based controller is prototyped using MATLAB. The input parameters like air temperature, soil moisture, radiations and humidity are modeled. Then the usage of appropriate technique, ecological situations, evapotranspiration and kind of crop, the amount of water needed for irrigation is anticipated and then related effects are simulated.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV8I10790
Published in: Volume : 8, Issue : 1
Publication Date: 01/04/2020
Page(s): 1075-1078

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