Intelligent Greenhouse Monitoring and Control System Based Arduino UNO Microcontroller
Keywords:Intelligent Greenhouse, WSN, Multi-Hop, Large Coverage, Monitoring and Control System, Arduino Uno, Microcontroller, Proteus Toolkit,
AbstractNowadays, there is a significant diminution in agricultural production due to the unpredictable control of crop climate conditions. Thus, to alleviate the crops exposure from excess cold or heat and unwanted pests, an intelligent environment monitoring and control system based Arduino UNO board consisting of ATmega 328P microcontroller has been developed for a small-scale agriculture namely greenhouse. The system user can monitor and control the greenhouse climate conditions remotely via web interface/mobile applications and GSM in a real-time manner. To deliver the environmental conditions in a timely manner, low-cost wireless sensor network (WSN) is used to monitor the temperature, humidity, soil moisture and light of the greenhouse. The sensor network constitutes a multi-hop network structure for large coverage. The developed system is implemented and tested in laboratory conditions using Proteus toolkit. Arduino Integrated Development Environment (IDE) tool is used to develop necessary software. The results show that the proposed system can closely monitor and evaluate greenhouse farming field conditions accurately. Finally, the user can send control decisions instantly to boost the yield growth conditions and thus, increase the crop production considerably.
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