Beatriz Pereira de Souza, Marcio Nunes de Miranda, Luiz Maltar Castello Branco

An Energy-efficient Wireless Sensor Network Applied to Greenhouse Cultivation

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Wireless sensors have already been used for a long time in military, health, and agricultural environments [6]. Despite the advances in precision agriculture, wireless sensor networks remain a distant reality for small farmers, mainly greenhouse farmers, in developing nations. Fungi and bacteria cause damage to the cultures and tend to spread quickly, limiting its production. Therefore, their early detection is essential for the food production market.

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