Team Members :Gowtham S K, Abhishek B, Chandan G R, Ambreesh
Project Guide : Prof. Bhavya V, Dept. of ECE
In India, Agriculture is still a traditional procedure. Comparing with the foreign countries, they call it as modern agriculture. The agriculture farming includes ploughing of land, the soil should be loosed for better growing, ploughing nowadays farmer make use of traditional agriculture which is expensive for common people to buy it or for rent requires careful maintenance they produce exhaust of diesel fumes, for sowing the seeds, the farmers requires many workers to that, and also he spend the time for cutting of weeds, and also for spraying pesticides and for providing the fertilizers almost by survey he requires huge amount of money. During work farmers have to suffer many problem, at the time of spraying pesticides liquids they have to face some breathing diseases. Chemicals used in the pesticide liquids are harmful and dangerous for mankind.
Objective: In the Agricultural Field a single robot performs multiple task, with five modes of operation. The combination of three modes of operation can be performed simultaneously. These five operations can be performed by single robot. Control of this robot will be wireless. The robot is cost effective and also very efficient. The pump is used for water and pesticide spraying which is done through DC motor.
Abstract of the project:
“Digital Multi-Agro Robot” has successfully implemented and tested for various functions like ploughing, seeding, levelling and water spraying. It was developed by integrating agricultural robot with C programming. Various parameters like soil condition, area covered by the robot and weight of the material for levelling are analysed for different motors. The advantages of multipurpose agricultural robots are reducing human intervention, ensuring proper irrigation and efficient utilization of resources. These robots are mainly useful in automated weed control; usage of fertilizers based on soil condition, soil sensors for drip irrigation in rain feed areas
Awards:Project competition held at KIIT, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The Project Innovation Contest- 2019. Awarded 2nd Prize.
Project competition held at Jeppiar Engineering College, chennai, Tamil nadu. TECH AGRONA - 2019. Awarded 1st Prize.
Project competition held at Jeppiar Engineering College, chennai, Tamil nadu. TECHNOVANZA - 2019. Awarded 2nd Prize.