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Title: Smart Lysimeter with Crop and Environment Monitoring
Other Titles: Smart Lysimeter with Crop and Environment Monitoring Enhanced with Pest and Crop Control
Authors: Almeida, Carlos
Martins, João C.
Santos, João Miguel
Caeiro, José Jasnau
Keywords: Smart lysimeter
Precision agriculture
Water management
Issue Date: Feb-2022
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Almeida, C., Martins, J., Santos, J., Caeiro, J., (2022). Smart Lysimeter with crop and environment monitoring enhanced with pest and crop control. In Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Geert Heijenk, Srinivas Katkoori, Leon Strous (Eds.), Internet of thinks: Technology and applications. 4th IFIP International Cross-Domain Conference (pp. 48-63). Springer.
Abstract: A model of a smart lysimeter, adopting an IoT approach, enhanced with pest and crop state analysis is presented. Besides the measurement of the traditional evaporation-transpiration balance, the lysimeter senses additional parameters like the soil temperature and humidity at different depths; air temperature and humidity; sunlight exposition (visible and infrared). Additionally, the system can capture high-resolution images of the target culture. These images are locally processed for data reduction and the main features are stored in a remote platform afterwards. The main goal is the monitoring and enhancement of the global crop yield. This lysimeter also provides data for a global water resources system that integrates information from several sources: lysimeters, weather stations, water quality monitoring systems, etc..
Peer reviewed: yes
ISBN: 978-3-030-96466-5
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