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DEVELOPMENT OF IOT

BASED SMART SECURITY


AND MONITORING DEVICES
FOR AGRICULTURE
SNEHA DAISE
PAULSON
EC-2, S7
ROLL NO-40

TOPICS DISCUSSED HERE:


Brief understanding of IOT
Implementing these in agricultural sector
The design, test and analysis of the device

WHAT IS INTERNET OF THINGS ?

RFID

Kevin Ashton

Make things
smart
(UID)

Far away
communication
with smart
devices

IOT

Automate
things
(ultimate
goal)

HAIKU CEILING FAN

Nest Learning Thermostat

JUNE INTELLIGENT OVEN

WHY IOT IS IMPLEMENTED


IN AN AGRICULTURAL SECTOR?

USE SMART SECURITY


SYSTEMS USING IOT.

Remember, IOT can be implemented in various other agricultural


fields like:
water quality monitoring
monitor soil constituent, soil humidity
water irrigation
pest monitoring

COMPONENTS USED :

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B+
Ultrasonic
Ultrasonic
Web
PIRRanging
Sound
camera
sensorRepeller
Device

PIR sensor
URD

Ultrasonic repeller

Platform and language used:

PTCs
ThingWorxs
IOT platform

Linux based
Raspbian OS

Python

Block diagram

Circuit Explanation
Sensors are connected to GPIO header.
PIR sensors have three pins: Vcc, OUT, GND
URD (HC-SR04) has 4 pins: TRIG, ECHO, Vcc, GND
The repeller will be activated by server based upon data analysis.

Raspberry pi B+ GPIO header consists of 40 pins.


HC-SR04-ECHO port is rated as 5V. The GPIO input pin is rated as
3.3V. So we use a voltage divider circuit (1K and 2K.)
In addition, web camera is connected to universal serial bus port of
raspberry pi.

Screenshot of the prototype

Circuit installation
Set up in a small area of size 10sq.m.
Installed in the corner with sensors facing same side and cameras
fixed at some height.
Then the test can be started.

The
analyzed
data and
information
is stored in
SQL based
database.
Python
scripts will
identify
the motion
of rodents.

URD sensor
will be
activated and
simultaneously
webcam is
activated to
capture a snap
of area.

Repeller
will be
activated at
a frequency
(30kHz to
65kHz)
which is
aversive to
rodents.

Screenshot of ThingWorxs Platform Test

Result analysis

A success rate
of 84.8% i.e.
118 test cases
out of 139 test
cases.

Unsuccessful
test cases i.e.
15.2% were due
to devices
connectivity,
data
transmission,
notification, and
other factors.

Future scope and conclusion

Can incorporate pattern recognition


techniques.

References

www.cisco.com/c/en_in/solutions/internet-of things/overview.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_of_things
http://www.postscapes.com/internet-of-things-definition/
https://www.internetsociety.org/sites/default/files/ISOC-IoT-Overview20151014_0.pdf
https://www.itu.int/en/action/broadband/Documents/Harnessing-IoTGlobal-Development.pdf
http://mpi-group.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/IoTSummary2016.pdf
http://www.ijarcce.com/upload/2016/march-16/IJARCCE%20226.pdf
http://dupress.deloitte.com/content/dam/dup-us-en/articles/iot-primeriot-technologiesapplications/DUP_1102_InsideTheInternetOfThings.pdf
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Python_(programming_language)

http://www.tutorialspoint.com/python/python_tutorial.pdf

http://www.ptc.com/internet-of-things/solutions#sthash.jBBZc
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/tocresult.jsp?isnumber=7387818

ANY
QUESTION
S..?!