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Agricultural Reviews, volume 39 issue 4 (december 2018) : 338-340

Internet of things in agriculture: A review

Poornima, M.S. Ayyanagowadar
1Department of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, College of Agricultural Engineering, Raichur-584 102, Karnataka, India.
Cite article:- Poornima, Ayyanagowadar M.S. (2018). Internet of things in agriculture: A review. Agricultural Reviews. 39(4): 338-340. doi: 10.18805/ag.R-1836.
Agriculture, farming or Animal husbandry is a vital occupation since the history of mankind. The name agriculture represents all entities that came under the linear sequence of links of food chain for human beings. As humans are the smartest living species on this planet, so their smartness always provokes them to change and to innovate. This provoking has led to invention of wheel, advancements in living standards and styles, languages, life spending methodologies and countless more achievements. As we know in present era there is need of soil and temperature monitoring system which is based on the technology of Internet of things. Similarly some time due to extra water level those crops are under danger our condition so for those type of issues there is need of soil moisture and environmental temperature monitoring system so by using of that system farmer can take decision for their crops. Right now there is some technology are available which are based on GPRS but according to us GPRS is not a good solution because GPRS technology have some connectivity issue.
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