Application of Drone in Fire Detection & Spraying Pesticides

Authors : S Karthik Prakash; Amin Pradvith; Aishwarya S. B; Vinayambika S Bhat

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 5 - May

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as we consider present days, we have many developments in agriculture for increasing the production of crop. As we see an example of a developing countries like India. Here 73% of rural people believe and depends on the agricultures. Due to forest fire issues and diseases caused by insects and pests in fields, they have faced heavy loss and it also reduces the crops productivity. In order to enhance the crop quality chemical fertilizers and pesticides are used to kill the pests and insects. Manually spraying the pesticides and fertilizers to the crop will cause illness. As per the research of World Health Organization (WHO) about a million of people are ill affected. To overcome this problem the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) aircrafts can be used to detect the fire at the early stage and to spray the chemical pesticides and fertilizers in order to avoid the health issues for people who are involved in spraying manually. As an application of agriculture, smart farming is been considered, which includes the use and application of UAV drone. The agriculture UAV drone used to expand the all areas of field which the drone will be able to cover it and the drones are highly capable, and also includes fertilizer and pesticides spraying, seed sowing, mapping etc. As per the market for agriculture UAV drones are expected to grow continuously by relating the technologies.

Keywords : UAV, Flame Detector Sensor, Artificial Intelligence, Smart Farming, IoT


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