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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Call For Paper | IJSRD Journal | October 2016 | Vol. 4 Issue - 8 | Impact Factor : 2.39

Paper Submission open for October- 2016

http://ijsrd.com/SubmitManuscript
  • Last Date of Submission : October 25, 2016
  • Acceptance Notification : within 4 - 6 days after submission 
  • (Faster Online Peer Review)
  • ISSN (Online) : 2321-0613
  • Frequency : Monthly, 12 issues per year
  • Publication Charges : 750 INR
  • Impact Factor : 2.39

Call For Paper | IJSRD Journal | October 2016 | Vol. 4 Issue - 8 | Impact Factor : 2.39


Monday, August 29, 2016

#ijsrd Intelligent Agricultural Irrigation Control System

#IJSRD recently publish paper on Intelligent Agricultural Irrigation Control System

Author(s):

Amra Jeelani Bijli H, EASWARI ENGINEERING COLLEGE; 
Keerthana Sundaravalli S, EASWARI ENGINEERING COLLEGE

Keywords:

Embedded System, Copper Plates, Wireless Network, Irrigation System, GSM

Abstract

India is country in which agriculture plays one important role in enhancing the country‘s GDP rate and enriching the country’s pride. Hence it is end of the hour of a to emphasize something innovative towards agriculture. Water plays an important role in the world economy. Agriculture consumes more water than any other source and also wastes much of that through inefficiencies. Our proposed system makes efficient use of available water through automatic Water Management system. An Intelligent Irrigation system is the sensor network which senses the information about soil moisture using copper plates and the sensed information is sent to the microcontroller. The microcontroller then compares the sensed soil moisture value with the threshold moisture value. When soil moisture in the field is less than the threshold level, then the motor is turned ON through the registered mobile phone user. When the motor is started, soil moisture is constantly monitored and once the soil moisture reaches the sufficient level then the motor is turned off by the user and the notification is sent to the user through Global System for Mobile communication network. Thus this system can effectively reduce water wastage compared to the conventional systems.

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