Self-controlled irrigation system

Self-controlled irrigation system

Tuheli BhattacharyaShramona Chakraborty Rahul Roy Abhishek Sarkar Suvanjan Bhattacharyya 

Computer Science Engineering Department, MCKV Institute of Engineering, Howrah 711204, West Bengal

Electronics and Communication Engineering Department, MCKV Institute of Engineering, Howrah 711204, West Bengal

Mechanical Engineering Department, MCKV Institute of Engineering, Howrah 711204, West Bengal

Corresponding Author Email: 
suvanjanr@gmail.com
Page: 
45-48
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.18280/eesrj.040204
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Accepted: 
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Published: 
30 June 2017
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OPEN ACCESS

Abstract: 

Farming is a major occupation for many people in countries like India, and it is the life line for entire population of the world. Water is the backbone of the farming industry. As per India is censured, lots of water gets wasted due to many reasons. Smart Irrigation System serves a way to minimize this wastage of water in agricultural fields. The system incorporates the features of IoT. The supply of water in the fields is controlled by sensing the requirement of water in the fields using various sensors and switching the pump on and off automatically according to the requirement.

Keywords: 

Farming, Irrigation, IoT, Sensors, Pump, Water Resources, Automation.

1. Introduction
2. Self Controlled Irrigation System
3. Mathematical Analysis
4. Figures and Diagrams
5. Results and Discussion
6. Conclusions
Acknowledgement
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