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Combining Multi-Agent Systems and Wireless Sensor Networks for Monitoring Crop Irrigation: Profile on PlumX
Título : Combining Multi-Agent Systems and Wireless Sensor Networks for Monitoring Crop Irrigation
Autor(es) : Villarrubia González, Gabriel
Paz Santana, Juan Francisco de
Hernández de la Iglesia, Daniel
Bajo Pérez, Javier
Palabras clave : Ambient intelligence
Wireless sensor
Fuzzy logic
Smart irrigation
Virtual organizations of agents
Clasificación UNESCO: Materias::Investigación::1203 Ciencia de los ordenadores
Fecha de publicación : 2017
Editor : MDPI Publishing (Basilea, Suiza)
Citación : Villarrubia, G., De Paz, J.F., De la Iglesia, D., Bajo, J. (2017). Combining Multi-Agent Systems andWireless Sensor Networks for Monitoring Crop Irrigation. Sensors, 17 (8)
Resumen : [EN]Monitoring mechanisms that ensure efficient crop growth are essential on many farms, especially in certain areas of the planet where water is scarce. Most farmers must assume the high cost of the required equipment in order to be able to streamline natural resources on their farms. Considering that many farmers cannot afford to install this equipment, it is necessary to look for more effective solutions that would be cheaper to implement. The objective of this study is to build virtual organizations of agents that can communicate between each other while monitoring crops. A low cost sensor architecture allows farmers to monitor and optimize the growth of their crops by streamlining the amount of resources the crops need at every moment. Since the hardware has limited processing and communication capabilities, our approach uses the PANGEA architecture to overcome this limitation. Specifically, we will design a system that is capable of collecting heterogeneous information from its environment, using sensors for temperature, solar radiation, humidity, pH, moisture and wind. A major outcome of our approach is that our solution is able to merge heterogeneous data from sensors and produce a response adapted to the context. In order to validate the proposed system, we present a case study in which farmers are provided with a tool that allows us to monitor the condition of crops on a TV screen using a low cost device.
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10366/137032
ISSN : 1424-8220
Versión del editor: https://doi.org/10.3390/s17081775
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