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Title: Sistema de control de riego para plantas (AgroLOURDES)
Author: Campoverde Rosales, Milton
Tutor: López Antón, Aleix
Keywords: irrigation control
Arduino
Internet of things
microcontrollers
Issue Date: Jan-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Agriculture is by far the largest consumer of water globally. 70% of the world's water consumption is for crop irrigation. In developing countries, water for crop irrigation accounts for 95% of the water consumed, playing a key role in food production. In addition, developing countries have large amounts of arable land and water reserves, which can meet the world's food needs in the future. For this reason, AgroLOURDES project is born, because it tries to modify the growth of the crop thanks to the registration of environmental parameters of the plants and try to reduce as much as possible the bad consumption of water. It consists of a series of sensors that record environmental magnitudes, a control system that acts on the basis of the data acquired through the sensors, a web interface where you can obtain the information stored in the database with the information collected to through the sensors. This project has the transformation of operating either small-scale or large-scale stories such as: orchards in cities, gardens, nurseries or large areas of cultivation. In addition, this system must be economical, since it is focused so that it can be affected in developing countries, thus improving the monitoring of crops and therefore the benefits of the end user.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/107286
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