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CROP - Wireless Sensor Network for Precision Agriculture (presentation)

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CROP - Wireless Sensor Network for Precision Agriculture (presentation)

  1. 1. Luis Batista Paulo Fernandes Pedro Reis 6 of june, 2015 Wireless Sensor Network for Precision Agriculture CROP
  2. 2. What is CROP?
  3. 3. Objective? Hourly measurements of temperature and soil moisture levels.
  4. 4. Architecture
  5. 5. Tecnology Used - Oracle DB - VB WebService - C# Client - Waspmote C - Arduino C - Waspmote - Xbee - Arduino - Humidity Sensor - Temperature Sensor - Solar Panel - Base station
  6. 6. Tecnology Used Waspmote MCU ATmega1281 SRAM 8KB EEPROM 1KB reserved and 4KB available Electrical data Battery voltage: 3.3 - 4.2V Solar panel charging: 6 - 12V - 280mA
  7. 7. Tecnology Used XBEE
  8. 8. Tecnology Used XBEE
  9. 9. Tecnology Used Temperature sensor
  10. 10. Tecnology Used Solar Panel
  11. 11. Tecnology Used Arduino Mega ADK
  12. 12. Tecnology Used Moisture sensor
  13. 13. Moisture sensor
  14. 14. Tecnology Used Waspmote Programming
  15. 15. Waspmote Program Flow (1st layer node)
  16. 16. Waspmote Program Flow (2nd layer node)
  17. 17. Waspmote Programing
  18. 18. Tecnology Used Arduino Programming
  19. 19. Arduino Program Flow
  20. 20. Tecnology Used Crop - wireless sensor network for precision agriculture - Arduino Programing
  21. 21. Tecnology Used
  22. 22. Tecnology Used
  23. 23. Tecnology Used Crop - wireless sensor network for precision agriculture - Cliente C#
  24. 24. Tecnology Used - Base Dados Oracle
  25. 25. Tecnology Used - Base Dados Oracle
  26. 26. Sensor calibration
  27. 27. Sensor calibration
  28. 28. Sensor calibration
  29. 29. Sensor calibration
  30. 30. Sensor calibration
  31. 31. Results
  32. 32. Energy Consumption Readings%Batterylevel%Battterylevel ID_Reading in DB ID_Reading in Data Base %Battterylevel ID_Reading in DB During evening (no sunlight) Around noon Around noon
  33. 33. Soil Moisture Sensor Results
  34. 34. Soil Moisture Sensor Calibration %SoilMoisture %SoilMoisture
  35. 35. Temperature Sensor Results -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 20ºC SensorReadings -50 -45 -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 30ºC SensorReadings -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 40ºC SensorReadings -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 50ºC SensorReadings
  36. 36. Temperature Sensor Calibration ºC Sensor Reading
  37. 37. Conclusions The final results proved that is possible to develop and implement an economic and functional solution to monitor an agriculture field at distance, but still not yet fully reliable. The solution proposed could help professionals of the agriculture area to have greater control over their productions without the necessity of their physical presence. However, the use of the Waspmote kits are not yet recommended due to irregularity and inconstancy of the board's performances.

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