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Climate Controlled sensors in Agriculture

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  • Hydroponics comes from the Latin language and it means working water. "hydro" means "water" "ponos" means "labor". Soil less growing!
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    • 1. Climate Control Systems in Agriculture
    • 2.  Climate Controlled systems  ◦ Greenhouses ◦ Irrigation scheduler ◦ Hydroponics ◦ Aeroponics Wireless sensors CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 2
    • 3. Source: wikipedia CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 3
    • 4. Important factors for plant growth: • Temperature • humidity • light • level of carbon dioxide Plant Growth Chambers Research Greenhouse • Overcomes adverse climate conditions Research Green House • Helps improve productivity • Achieve energy savings CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 4
    • 5. Climate Controller Green House Algorithms & Knowledge Base GSM alarms Master Controller Fertigation System User Interface, Monitoring & Reporting Database CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 Web User 5
    • 6.    High transparency Biotech grade research Greenhouse Real time climate control & monitoring  Temperature  Humidity  Light  Carbon dioxide levels Controlled Fertigation CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 6
    • 7. Developed in collaboration with National Agri-food Biotechnology Institute (NABI), Mohali. CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 7
    • 8. Future Work in Greenhouse • Intelligent GreenHouse • Creation of Neural Models for Greenhouse • Online weather forecast integration • Geographic resources distribution CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 8
    • 9. Irrigation criteria are the indicators used to determine the need for irrigation. The most common irrigation criteria are: o Soil moisture content o Soil moisture tension Irrigation scheduler helps:   To determine the exact amount of water to apply to the field. Determines exact timing (irrigation need) CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 9
    • 10.     It is the practice of growing plants without soil. Plants can be grown in plain nutrient solution or in sterile substrates. Water saving technology. No weeds to deal with. CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 10
    • 11. Automatically controlled hydroponics system CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 11
    • 12.  Growing plants in air Even less consumption of water CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 12
    • 13.     Miniature energy efficient sensor nodes using ultra low power integrated RF based SoC On board light, temperature, humidity & battery monitoring sensors Multi Protocol Gateway Monitoring and configuring software CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 13
    • 14. Thank You saurav@cdac.in CDAC Mohali| Aug 2014 14