IoT based Smart Monitoring and Controlling System for Sericulture

International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering
© 2020 by SSRG - IJECE Journal
Volume 7 Issue 8
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Aniket Ravindra Jambukar, Prof. N A Dawande
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Aniket Ravindra Jambukar, Prof. N A Dawande, "IoT based Smart Monitoring and Controlling System for Sericulture," SSRG International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering, vol. 7,  no. 8, pp. 1-4, 2020. Crossref,


Sericulture (silk production) is one of the largest occupations of the rural community. India is the second-largest silk-producing country in the world. India produces over 30,000 tonnes of raw silk every year, which is about 18% of the world’s total raw silk production. Analysis of sericulture in India brings up a need for automation, especially during the pre-cocoon stages. Internet of Things (IoT) concepts extend Precision Agriculture with smart, distributed, and collaborating sensors and technologies that are nowadays well established in other industrial sectors and home automation. This extension is often referred to as Smart Farming and comprises all steps from sensor-based data gathering and communication to data processing, storage, and analytics. Moreover, analytic results can be visualized by IoT frontends and feed decision support systems to help farmers to make better and more sustainable decisions.
In this project, we will use IoT to lively monitor the environmental changes in the sericulture plants. Oracle database will keep on logging all the data received from the sensors. Using the data in the Oracle database, we will be able to perform machine learning and study the environmental changes. These changes will be livelily monitored on Tableau. Giving a wide technology usage to achieve quantities and qualities in sericulture farms.


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