Fruit Farm Surveillance Using Drones IJTSRD
Monitoring all the farm activities manually takes a lot of time and is not efficient. In the recent days farmers spent a lot of time in providing quality results, but it is not 100% accurate. In other countries, the plantation area is much larger in size compared to India. In order to monitor, they’ve to hire more workers. Instead when the whole land is divided into parts, a drone can monitor each part by traversing from one end to the other. And the drone can be controlled by a single person sitting at any corner of the world. The drones have high resolution camera’s fixed on it, which can scan the entire land for accurate results. These high-resolution cameras can detect the percentage of fruitful plants and which aren’t. Once this is detected, farmers can find alternate ways for the best results. It’s hard to control the large plantation area manually, hence we use drones. To overcome this, drones can be used to find the percentage of fruitful/infected plants using image processing. It’s easier to find the percentile of plants which will provide fruits in the near future. This also helps to cover large areas, reduce manual work, and can be used to extract the required results. Drones can be used to avoid bird feasting in the plantation area.
By Adarsh A | Pranav P M | Manjunath C R | Soumya K N”Fruit Farm Surveillance Using Drones”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018,
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