Group: 2014-FYP-15



Dr. Muhammad Tahir


Due to scarcity of energy resources and rapid growth of population, the need for finding new, more efficient and sustainable method for cultivation and food production must be increased in order to feed the world. To alleviate this process, we are designing a system for precision agriculture; a highly effective farming strategy that allows farmer to better allocate input (e.g. seed and fertilizers) and increase productivity, while minimizing environmental impact. This embedded system is capable to reduce manual monitoring of the field; owing to its motion in multi dimension, data collection using Wi-Fi link and remote sensing. Moreover, its capability of performing sophisticated task such as ploughing, precise distribution of seed, watering and spraying of pesticides, reduces the need for sufficient skilled manpower and therefore, increases the yield. An embedded system is proposed consisting of two parts, a machine end and a control section, which are intercommunicated using wireless technologies. The implemented functionalities are 3D Motion, Data acquisition via Sensor, Monitoring and Wireless Communication. In this project, we made an effort to overcome some problems in agriculture. The rapid growth in the industries is influencing the labour who are situating in the villages to migrate to the cities. This will create the labour problem for the agriculture. As the prices of commodities such as food grains, fuels, cloths and other essentials of daily life is increasing rapidly the labour demand for the more wages from the owners. These factors influencing the farmers who are interested in agricultural activity to leave their land uncultivated. By implementing this project in the field of agriculture, we can help the farmers in the initial stage of cultivation i.e. during the seeding, watering and fertilizing. The goal is to accelerate the speed of work by using robot and to give farmers a more complete picture of the current and historic crop status, in order to foster better decision making. It is expected that such decisions will benefit both farming and irrigation by saving time and resources.

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