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Dec. 2019
Submitted Papers : 80
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Acc. Perc : 12%
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Paper Title
Aquaponics Cultivation with IoT Monitoring

Abstract
Aquaponics is a framework which joins the aquaculture and hydroponics that develops fish and plants together in one framework. It utilizes fish waste to give basic supplements to the plants and consequently the plants will sanitize the water and gives it back to the fishes. Agriculture innovation plan with aquaponics is likewise utilizing the idea of Internet of Things in light of the fact that the data from the sensor and control actuator esteems can be gotten to through applications introduced on the cell phone from anyplace with the Internet association. By making a robotized System with the assistance of sensors interfaced with the Arduino load up, it conceivable to operate fish feeding and water supply to the plants at intervals of time. Existing framework that joins these innovations must conquer the principal issues like cost, nourishment quality control and constrained develop. With innovation utilizing the idea of Internet of Things has more points of interest contrasted with ordinary cultivating. Keywords - IoT, Agriculture, Fish, Sensors, Arduino


Author - Vanditha N M, Srihari V, S Rakshitha, Siddesh P M

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