Developing a prototype centre using agricultural smart sensors to promote agrarian production with technology

Keywords: sensor, weather monitoring station, wireless sensor network, wireless sensor, weather station, smart sensor, smart farm, innovation, agriculture

Abstract

This article presents the development of a model center using agricultural intelligent center technology. The goal of this research is 1. To develop a wireless sensor network. 2. To be a source of learning on the use of sensor technology in agriculture. For local and nearby farmers Using the Sufficiency Economy Learning Center, according to King's Science. The Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi is a research area. With the problems faced in farming today. It found that the world's climate change whether it's drought. Rains leave ranges and toxic airborne particulate matter caused by farming to match current problem conditions. The researchers then designed a two-part system: 1. Node Moisture Sensor that measures soil moisture and commands the opening – It also controls on-off with a manual switch. Wind speed and wind direction sensors, light intensity sensors, temperature, and humidity sensors, and Particulate Matters Sensor 1.0, 2.5, 10 with environmental reports within the growing area via Wi-F signals to (Sever) Raspberry Pi record real-time data. Every 30 seconds According to research, node moisture sensors can measure soil moisture and record results, and the station measures the environment within the growing area via a Wi-F signal to (Sever) Raspberry Pi. Rainfall values measured by local rainfall sensors measuring up to 35.3 mm are within the threshold of heavy rain. The maximum wind speed measured is 8.5 km/h, the maximum temperature of 35.8 degrees Celsius, and the maximum humidity of 99.9 percent, the light intensity is up to 58,002 Lux, and the Final Particles, with pm 1.0 up to 40.1 microns, PM 2.5 up to 51.3 microns and PM 10 up to 63.5 microns. Apply agriculture to 50 interested farmers after receiving knowledge transfer of smart sensor technology. The expansion has resulted in 3 farmers and will continue to expand in the future. Promote the use of agricultural technology. Intensifying communities and supporting global climate change

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Author Biographies

Wichai Nramat, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi

Department of Electronics Engineering and Telecommunication

Wasakorn Traiphat, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi

Department of Electronics Engineering and Telecommunication

Phuachat Sukruan, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi

Department of Electronics Engineering and Telecommunication

Prachum Utaprom, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi

Department of Electronics Engineering and Telecommunication

Saranyaras Tongsawai, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi

Department of Electronics Engineering and Telecommunication

Suriya Namgaew, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi

Department of Industrial Engineering

Suvinai Sodajaroen, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi

Department of Industrial Engineering

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Developing a prototype centre using agricultural smart sensors to promote agrarian production with technology

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2023-01-19
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Nramat, W., Traiphat, W., Sukruan, P., Utaprom, P., Tongsawai, S., Namgaew, S., & Sodajaroen, S. (2023). Developing a prototype centre using agricultural smart sensors to promote agrarian production with technology. EUREKA: Physics and Engineering, (1), 54-66. https://doi.org/10.21303/2461-4262.2023.002604
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