A comprehensive IoT node proposal using open hardware. A smart farming use case to monitor vineyards.
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TitleA comprehensive IoT node proposal using open hardware. A smart farming use case to monitor vineyards.
The last decade has witnessed a significant reduction in prices and an increased performance of electronic components, coupled with the influence of the shift towards the generation of open resources, both in terms ... [+]
The last decade has witnessed a significant reduction in prices and an increased performance of electronic components, coupled with the influence of the shift towards the generation of open resources, both in terms of knowledge (open access), programs (open-source software), and components (open hardware). This situation has produced different effects in today’s society, among which is the empowerment of citizens, called makers, who are themselves able to generate citizen science or build assembly developments. Situated in the context described above, the current study follows a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) approach. In this way, it attempts to define a conceptual design of an Internet of Things (IoT) node, which is reproducible at both physical and behavioral levels, to build IoT nodes which can cover any scenario. To test this conceptual design, this study proposes a sensorization node to monitor meteorological phenomena. The node is called SEnviro (node) and features different improvements such as: the possibility of remote updates using Over-the-Air (OTA) updates; autonomy, using 3G connectivity, a solar panel, and applied energy strategies to prolong its life; and replicability, because it is made up of open hardware and other elements such as 3D-printed pieces. The node is validated in the field of smart agriculture, with the aim of monitoring different meteorological phenomena, which will be used as input to disease detection models to detect possible diseases within vineyards. [-]
Investigation project1) Postdoctoral programme Vali+d (GVA) (grant number APOSTD/2016/058); 2) GVA doctoral stays programme (grant number BEST/2018/053); 3) Universitat Jaume I - PINV 2017 (UJI-A2017-14); 4) European Commission through the GEO-C project (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2014, Grant Agreement number 642332, http://www.geo-c.eu/
Bibliographic citationTRILLES OLIVER, Sergi; GONZÁLEZ PÉREZ, Alberto; HUERTA, Joaquín (2018). A comprehensive IoT node proposal using open hardware. A smart farming use case to monitor vineyards.Electronics, v. 7, n. 12, online 10/12/2018
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