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A Study on Smart Agriculture Monitoring System Using Different IoT Applications
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  • Dr.A.B.Arockia Christopher,
  • * MSivakumar,
  • Dr.A.S.Muthantha Murrugavel,
  • * SPriyatharsini,
  • * Rajasekar
Dr.A.B.Arockia Christopher
Anna University

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* MSivakumar
Anna University
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Dr.A.S.Muthantha Murrugavel
Anna University
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* SPriyatharsini
Anna University
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* Rajasekar
Anna University
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Abstract

Agriculture, is the predominant source of occupational or progression in India that ranges between 75 and 80 percentage of. After the production only based on agriculture. After the trauma and chaos of Second World War (1950-1960) every country concentrated to improve the agricultural farms, their production and value added agro produced. Human and animal resources are the mainly used during that tenure for versatile deeds of agriculture like ploughing, irrigation, weeding and harvesting. The dogs and bounds have been used to protect the cultivated crops and human houses. The industrial revolution paved a new opening in the agricultural verticals too since 1980. Machineries have been used for all sorts of agricultural activities from ploughing to honesty. After 2K centuries the agriculture systems are so much improved with smart agricultural technique and internet of things. Now a days used by various systematic approaches to improve the yield of the crops are with multiple times improved. But the yield of agriculture foods are poor quality and reduce the human lifetime because of modern agriculture systems. It used so much of newly invented medicines to the crop. Our proposed system is to concentrate the modern agriculture systems with old agricultural methods used to improve the quality and lifetime of a crop for producing natural foods are very useful to increase the human lifetime. The primary goal of the proposed system is to reduce manual labor and provide an innovative and convenient way to collect agricultural data. Various sensors like soil moisture sensor, air quality sensor, waterproof temperature sensor, humidity and temperature sensor etc., collect data from the farm field and the surrounding environment farming field. The farmers can prepare their garden/farm fields accordingly by analyzing these data. In the recent years, utilization of systematic approaches improves the yield of crops on Multifood.