Global Emerging Innovation Summit (GEIS-2021)

Automated Indoor Farming System with Remote Monitoring

Author(s): Dushyant Kumar Singh*, N. Ram Gopal, K. Pranay Raju, M. Jagannadha Varma, P. Balachandra and L.B. Lokeshwar Reddy

Pp: 171-177 (7)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681089010121010021


India is one of the largest agricultural producing countries in the world where about 58% of its population's livelihood is dependent on it. The traditional method of agriculture requires a lot of human effort but then also we cannot assure the maximum yield from the crops due to various environmental factors. With the help of the Internet of Things - IoT we can modernize the traditional methods of farming and control the environmental factors. This not only helps the plants to get the maximum yield but also reduces a lot of human effort. This proposed system mainly depends on the information which is retrieved from the sensors as an automatic watering system waters the plant according to the data retrieved from the temperature and moisture sensor of the system and can be helped in reducing the water wastage.

Keywords: Agriculture Automation, Blynk, Farming, Indoor Farming, IoT, Remote Monitoring.

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