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Internet of Things for Smart Farming

EasyChair Preprint no. 7339

19 pagesDate: January 18, 2022


Amid people's thinking of the farming operation, the fact is that today's agriculture is data-centric, accurate and better than before. Nearly every sector, including "intelligent farming," was revolutionized by the rapid advent of Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology, which led the sector from statistical to quantitative solutions. Such innovative advances are changing the current farming practices and posing new obstacles. This chapter provides the importance of wireless and IoT sensors in agriculture as well as the obstacles facing the integration of this technology with conventional agricultural practices. Detailed analysis is carried out on IoT products and wireless sensor connectivity methods in farm applications. Which sensors, including fertilizer application, crop condition, fertilizer, insect detector and pesticide, are available for basic farming are listed. How this system can help farmers in the agricultural, including seed to harvest, packaging and transporting. This chapter proposed an IoT-based model to alert farmers for soil moisture conditions, potential damage in agricultural land from the fire along with automatic water irrigation started at low moisture of soil or fire. Finally, based on this chapter, identify current and future trends of IoT in smart farming and highlight potential research challenges.

Keyphrases: advanced agriculture practices, fire/smoke sensor, Internet of Things, Smart Farming, Soil moisture sensor

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  author = {Md Alimul Haque and Deepa Sonal and Shameemul Haque and Kailash Kumar},
  title = {Internet of Things for Smart Farming},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 7339},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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