Wireless Sensor Network Can Form a Helpful Part of the Automation System Architecture

Asian Journal of Applied Science and Technology (AJAST), Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 384-395, 2018

12 Pages Posted: 16 Jul 2018

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E. Gajendran

Sree Dattha Group of Institutions - Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Date Written: June 24, 2018

Abstract

A wireless sensor node is self-assured by a processor, local memory, sensors, radio, battery and a base station accountable for receiving and processing data collected by the nodes. They carry out cooperative activities due to limited resources such as battery, processor and memory. Nowadays, the applications of these networks are copious, varied and the applications in agriculture are still budding. One interesting purpose is in environmental monitoring and greenhouse control, where the crop conditions such as weather and soil do not depend on natural agents. To control and observe the environmental factors, sensors and actuators are necessary. Under these conditions, these devices must be used to make a distributed measure, scattering sensors all over the greenhouse using distributed clustering mechanism. This paper reveals an initiative of environmental monitoring and greenhouse control using a sensor network. The hardware realization shows periodic monitoring and control of greenhouse gases in an enhanced manner. Future effort is concentrated in application of the same mechanism using wireless sensor network.

Suggested Citation

Gajendran, E., Wireless Sensor Network Can Form a Helpful Part of the Automation System Architecture (June 24, 2018). Asian Journal of Applied Science and Technology (AJAST), Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 384-395, 2018, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3201940

E. Gajendran (Contact Author)

Sree Dattha Group of Institutions - Department of Computer Science and Engineering ( email )

Hyderabad
India

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