Farmers can save water with wireless technologies, but there are challenges – like transmitting data through mud

By Abdul Salam

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Very interesting application of the internet of things technology, but that come with a lot of specific difficulties that require a lot of effort to be solved. A lot to learn from the solutions this research have come with.

This seems like a very positive thing to be adopted in the future, it does not only help the farmers to get the best of their resources, it also has ecological benefits.

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Rice farming is especially water intensive so monitoring and controlling flood gates remotely could be useful.

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They should use this IoT technology to set up alarms for farmers so that their crops don't get stolen.

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