Drip Irrigation Cyber-physical System with Remote Control
Keywords:Autonomous watering, cyber-physical system, microcontroller, remote control, sensors
In today's reality, the pace of people's lives is much higher than it was 30 years ago and it is still growing. At the same time, the amount of information is also growing. This information should be processed constantly, daily, as soon as it is received. Production volumes are not also standing still. Such a lively pace of life requires process consistency and continuity and these processes must be provided by a man.
This article describes the system of watering which should automate the process of growing plants. Also, the analysis of a new branch, that is cyber-physical systems, is carried out. The analysis of modern systems of autonomous irrigation, principles of their construction and organization of their work is conducted. A method of implementing a system that provides the possibility of constant monitoring of the growing environment and provides an opportunity to influence it is suggested. The choice of components for system construction is made. The algorithm of the system operation is described. An analysis of the relationship between system components and the user's relationship with the system is performed.
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