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Volume 383, 2023International Scientific Conference Transport Technologies in the 21st Century (TT21C-2023) “Actual Problems of Decarbonization of Transport and Power Engineering: Ways of Their Innovative Solution”
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|Environmental Engineering and Geodesy
|24 April 2023
Smart technologies for determining water flow in irrigation systems
National Research University TIIAME, st. Kori Niyazov, house 39, 100000 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
2 Tashkent State Pedagogical University, Bunyodkor avenue, 27, 100070 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
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Without the need for hand-coding, Machine Learning helps systems to enhance and develop dynamically from their experiences. As a result, numerous tech firms have been creating Artificial Intelligence applications in recent years. The majority of irrigation systems available today allow customers to program them to provide a specified amount of water at specific times. On the other hand, a garden frequently has a variety of plants, each of which needs a varying amount of water. This research planned an irrigation system that uses deep learning to regulate the quantity of water given to each type of plant based on plant identification to address this problem. The software and hardware are the two primary constituents of the technology. The former is linked to cameras for plant identification and uses a database to determine the appropriate amount of water; the other regulates the amount of water that can flow out. The technology is designed to predict how long to water the plants after discovering the perfect soil moisture with the applications and incorporating it with the outcome of the existing soil moisture level with the Arduino. This will allow the program to modify the software in the irrigation system controller to alter the period of time the regulator should be kept open.
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