Soil and Environment Conditions Based Smart Analysis System for Plant Growth Using IoT
In today’s world, we want plants to grow under healthy conditions with appropriate nutrients, required for their growth. This aim is achievable through smart electronic devices, which provide us very precise and accurate analysis of each and every factor needed for the growth of the plants. The device used in our research is pretty beneficial for plants in various plant’s nurseries where different plants are grown for studying and testing purposes. This system has two microcontroller units in it, wirelessly connected with each other using RF module. Various sensors are used to measure factors related to soil and environment leading to an efficient and precise plant growth study. All the data recorded by the device is stored in a cloud server using local area network (LAN). The analysis will always be available to the user and is easily accessible using IoT.
KeywordsIoT Cloud server Soil sensors Plant growth Water supply
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