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Title: Diseño y control domótico de un sistema de riego automático para un huerto urbano en el hogar
Author: Bustos Lafuente, Antonio
Director: Monzo Sánchez, Carlos
Tutor: López Antón, Aleix
Keywords: kitchen garden
Issue Date: Jan-2019
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: To achieve an adequate use of water for irrigating in an urban gardering, we have to check the needs of the crop and the meteorological and environmental conditions that could cause water loss due to excessive evaporation. These magnitudes can be measured by the use of specific sensors. Currently we have little free time, so it is important to be able to automate as many tasks as possible using intelligent systems. Therefore, we have designed and realized a system composed of: a series of sensors that record environmental magnitudes, a control system that analyzes the data acquired by the sensors and determines the automatic activation/deactivation of the irrigation, a communications interface that allow the wireless connection, a Web page for its interaction with the user and the integration in a general home automation system. Since it is a domestic system we have prioritized: the use of "open source" elements, low cost, easy acquisition, which allow their interaction and compatibility and which are scalable. As a result, a prototype has been obtained in which the user can either manage the irrigation manually, or specify the soil moisture conditions that will automatically determine the activation/deactivation of the irrigation, taking into account also the environmental parameters collected by the sensors. The tests and simulations carried out demonstrate the proper functioning of the prototype and the functionalities that had been proposed.
Language: Spanish
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