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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Lora-Iot Based Self-Powered Multi-Sensors Wireless Network For Next Generation Integrated Farming

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AUTHOR(S)

K.S.Balamurugan, A.Sivakami

 

KEYWORDS

Farmer, Cost, IoT, LoRa, Network, WAN, Farmhouse.

 

ABSTRACT

The agriculture sector, which is directly or indirectly serves about 7.5 billion people globally is being threatened by the overexploitation of resources, increasing pollution, migration of people from rural to urban, water scarcity, lesser in profit and climate change. This has inflicted damage to the environment, the life cycles of both plants and animals, land and crops, which has in turn create obstruction in the agriculture sector. To overcome the above issues, we proposed the Next Generation Integrated Farming (NGIF) using Long Range -Internet of Things (LoRa-IOT)instead of traditional techniques to improve the productivity, yield better crops and minimize manual labor by proper monitoring of Livestock health, soil health, air temperature, humidity, proper irrigation at correct time, protecting crops from birds and animals. Simulation result shows that hybrid Wi-Fi &LoRaWAN network to support the different IoT connectivity technologies, reduce the complexity and minimize the delays in end-customer decision-making process. Also it suggested that one moveable gateway is well because of lesser deployment cost and more than adequate DER value even though vast farm house.It is predicted that suggested work will be most suitable for integrated farming to develop the rural area and welfare of the farmer by improving the productivity, income and lesser maintaining cost.

 

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