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The accepted (peer-reviewed) version for self-archiving. A version of record is available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-50861-6_12

Salam A., Raza U. (2020) Autonomous Irrigation Management in Decision Agriculture. In: Signals in the Soil. Springer, Cham.

Abstract

In this chapter, the important application of autonomous irrigation management in the field decision agriculture is discussed. The different types of sensor-guided irrigation systems are presented that includes center pivot systems and drip irrigation systems. Their sensing and actuator components are with detailed focus on real-time decision-making and integration to the cloud. This chapter also presents irrigation control systems which takes, as an input, soil moisture and temperature from IOUT and weather data from Internet and communicate with center pivot based irrigation systems. Moreover, the system architecture is explored where development of the nodes including sensing and actuators is presented. Finally, the chapter concludes with comprehensive discussion of adaptive control systems, software, and visualization system design.

Keywords

Soil, Permittivity, Dielectric, Agriculture, Broadband antennas, Dipole antennas, Internet of Things, Moisture, Underground communication

Date of this Version

8-17-2020

Available for download on Wednesday, August 18, 2021

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