Kattepogu Sudharani, Mallavarapu Sandhya, D.Naga Ravi Kiran


Green house atmosphere parameters monitoring system according to wireless communication technologies have been designed to control remotely, which realizes the measurement, summary and charge of temperature, CO2, humidity, light intensity and yet another parameters. A person can be aware of green house status or control the machine anytime by delivering the instructions with the GSM technology. It’s begun with initializing all of the hardware for example analog to digital ripper tools, GSM modem, keyboard, display and interrupts. The remote monitoring and control system for atmosphere parameters in green house according to global system for mobile communications technologies are developed and initially experimented. Her benefits of GSM technology, not requiring cables, low power consumption, low cost, good sturdiness, flexible extension, convenient installing within the traditional measurement and control system. The goal is always to minimize total energy costs and demand charges while considering important parameters of greenhouses particularly, inside temperature and humidity, CO2 concentration, and lighting levels needs to be stored within acceptable ranges. The automation can be done with simple hardware by utilizing microcontroller where just the controlling can be done but user (player) won't get details about the green house. In cases like this, the wireless sensor network with a lot more software and hardware is really a solution for green house control. Incorporating Fuzzy Logic in armoring at different specifications of ecological parameters in green house for various vegetables cultivation for that complete cycle from germination to harvesting process. Humidity within the eco-friendly house should be controlled to provide a suitable atmosphere for plant growth also to prevent yeast illnesses. The GSM modem is interfaced towards the microcontroller to speak which is done with the aid of UART (universal asynchronous receiver transmitter) serial communication.


Greenhouse; GSM; ARM7; Temperature; Humidity; Light Intensity; CO2; PIR;


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