An advanced crop field monitoring system in agriculture through java beans and Gsm modem

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The fortitude of the Indian economy field is Agriculture. Diseases & pests are the huge problem in greenhouse as well as in crop fields, which has to be resolve without effecting the greenhouse & crops. Cauliflower crop & greenhouses needs frequent Protection updates in data about the health conditions of the crop, and wireless sensor networks is there for real-time monitoring systems of crops and through the wireless communication protocols is the ones that can deliver such information to the client location as will to cloud also. The main aim of this paper is to demonstrate the procedures of preventing the appearance of diseases in a cauliflower crop/ greenhouse by implementing a wireless monitoring system consists of an integrated wireless camera. Wireless sensor network system is doing a real-time monitoring of the parameters in the cauliflower crop/greenhouse of temperature/soil moisture/temperature/humidity/ at canopy level &humidness beside leaf and flower diseases all the live data has been stored in a memory card this paper refered to “Offline Mode." Camera is utilized to disease detection of leaf / flower. The trivial experimental setup of cauliflower crop was established in the greenhouse to perform the required tests and to test the applicability of the all the requirements of the existing and proposed systems. For assurance of the optimal conditions for the of diseases in greenhouse equipped with an natural lighting system which is designed for the greenhouses / irrigation system / crops. Wireless cameras are the ideal support for monitoring and at the same time, it offers all the support data and for decision taking regarding cauliflower greenhouse/crops data that is development mode (Online Mode).




Narayana, B. V. V. S., Sreenivasa Ravi, K., & Gopi Krishna, P. (2019). An advanced crop field monitoring system in agriculture through java beans and Gsm modem. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(1), 1770–1775.

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