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IEEE PROJECTS ABSTRACT E&I/ECE/ICE- zigbee based wireless sensor network for monitoring an agricultural environment
IEEE PROJECTS ABSTRACT E&I/ECE/ICE- zigbee based wireless sensor network for monitoring an agricultural environment
IEEE PROJECTS ABSTRACT E&I/ECE/ICE- zigbee based wireless sensor network for monitoring an agricultural environment
IEEE PROJECTS ABSTRACT E&I/ECE/ICE- zigbee based wireless sensor network for monitoring an agricultural environment
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IEEE PROJECTS ABSTRACT E&I/ECE/ICE- zigbee based wireless sensor network for monitoring an agricultural environment

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  • 1. A Zigbee based wireless Sensor Network for Monitoring an Agricultural EnvironmentSynopsis: In present scenario, there is no mechanism to find where irrigation is needed. In thisProject, we made Zigbee wireless sensor network for monitoring the crop field area byDeploying water sensors in the land to detect the places where the water level is low. FromThose results we irrigate to that particular place only. From the above methodology we Canconserve water and minimize the problem of water logging in the land. We used humidity Sensorto sense the weather. By this the farmer can get idea about the climate. If There is any chance forrainfall; the farmer need not irrigate the crop field. Due to this we can Conserve water and alsopower since we didn’t turn on motors. Nowadays in the crops the Fertilizer level is increasing,which affects people. By using pH sensors we get the Information about the soil and analyze theacid level of the soil. By which we can apply fertilizer To the place where it needs, also we canavoid over fertilization of the crops. Temperature is a Randomly varying quantity in theenvironment of paddy field. Temperature reading gives Information to the farmer. By usingtemperature sensors we can detect the temperature, and Irrigate the water to the crop.This project reports the design and development of a smart wireless sensor network(WSN) for an agricultural environment. Monitoring agricultural environments for variousfactors such as temperature and humidity along with other factors can be of significance.The ability to document and detail changes in parameters of interest has become increasinglyvaluable. Investigations were performed for a remote monitoring system using Zigbee. Thesenodes send data wirelessly to a central server, which collects the data, stores it and allows itto be analyzed and displayed as needed.Existing System  Not Aware of where Irrigation is needed  Water and Power Consumption is high
  • 2. Proposed System:  Minimize the Problem of water logging in the land.  Can conserve water and power. Block Diagram: Paddy Crop Field: RS232(SPI) Zigbee Module Water Level 2.54GHZ Sensor Temperature Sensor-LM35Power Supply Unit PIC Micro Controller +5V DC PIC16F877 Humidity Sensor12V Motor PH Sensor SIGNAL-Driver UnitSPRINGLER 4-20MA OUTPUT
  • 3. Crop Field Monitoring Zigbee Serial Module- Communication- 2.54ghz RS232Hardware Tools:  PIC Microcontroller (PIC16F877A)  Zigbee module(2.54GHZ)  SIGNAL CONTIONING CIRCUIT  Humidity and Temperature sensors  Serial communicationSoftware Tools:  MPLAB IDE  PICKIT2.0 Programmer
  • 4.  Embedded cAPPLICATIONS:  Agricultural applications  Industrial Applications  Weather monitoring systems 

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