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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 8, August 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Independent Soil Node Sensor Prototype As Part Of Smart Farming System

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AUTHOR(S)

Roghib Muhammad Hujja, Iwan Ernanto, Muhammad Auzan, Raden Sumiharto

 

KEYWORDS

Sensor, Node, Soil, Moisture, Smart Farming, Prototype, IoT

 

ABSTRACT

Smart farming systems are currently increasingly applied to agricultural production. With the rapid development of industry 4.0, the smart farming system is increasingly popular, and its benefits felt in the optimization of food production. The need for IoT sensors to provide accurate data on smart farming is very much needed. The sensors needed must also be able to withstand the conditions of the agricultural area. In this study, a sensor node prototype was created to collect soil moisture data independently with its energy source to use as input data on the smart farming system.

 

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