Smart Agriculture

5 Pages Posted: 28 Mar 2019

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Manisha Kumaran

University of Mumbai - Pillai College of Engineering

Navin Joshi

University of Mumbai - Pillai College of Engineering

Mimi Cherian

University of Mumbai - Pillai College of Engineering

Date Written: December 24, 2018

Abstract

Indian agriculture is diverse. It ranges from impoverished farm villages to developed farms utilizing trendy agricultural technologies. Lack of tangible information and communication ends up resulting in the loss in production. Promoting application of contemporary info technology in agriculture can solve a series of issues faced by farmers. Creating a “smart agriculture stick” can help combat the issues by providing all the data together which can be remotely viewed .Although about 71 percent of earth is covered by water, only about 2.5 percent is drinkable water. Therefore, it is quite evident that water is a precious resource. As gallons of water is wasted every year due to human negligence. “Water Level Detector And Controller” is an effort to reduce this wastage of water by carefully monitoring the level of water present in the well or any other water resource and automatically cutting off the supply of water when the tank is about to get full. If implemented properly and on a large scan, “Water Level Detector And Controller” project has the potential to save gallons of water and therefore contribute to a better tomorrow.

Keywords: Green Building, Energy, Resource, Environment

Suggested Citation

Kumaran, Manisha and Joshi, Navin and Cherian, Mimi, Smart Agriculture (December 24, 2018). Proceedings 2019: Conference on Technologies for Future Cities (CTFC), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3360873 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3360873

Manisha Kumaran (Contact Author)

University of Mumbai - Pillai College of Engineering ( email )

Dr. K. M.Vasudevan Pillai Campus
Plot 10, Sector 16, New Panvel
Navi Mumbai, 410206
India

Navin Joshi

University of Mumbai - Pillai College of Engineering ( email )

Dr. K. M.Vasudevan Pillai Campus
Plot 10, Sector 16, New Panvel
Navi Mumbai, 410206
India

Mimi Cherian

University of Mumbai - Pillai College of Engineering ( email )

Dr. K. M.Vasudevan Pillai Campus
Plot 10, Sector 16, New Panvel
Navi Mumbai, 410206
India

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